so hard to say no

So a year ago my neighbors child came out as trans. And I just want to sort of give you a layout of what happened after that. 

  1. Their mother was upset to be losing a “daughter” but stopped using female pronouns and instead switched to male pronouns. 
  2. His mother began calling him Emory, because that was the name that is now his. 
  3. My mother was sad for her for the same reason, telling me that it’s always hard to adjust for the parents, but also began to using the correct pronouns and name. 
  4. The entire street began using the correct pronouns. 
  5. Everyone at his school started using the correct pronouns. 
  6. His teachers changed the name on the roster.
  7. He got a new school badge with the correct name and gender on it.
  8. He uses the boys bathroom because that’s what he is and the school doesn’t make a huge fucking deal. 
  9. This kid is healthy and successful and happy without any mental stress, and is now officially in college and we’re all super happy for him. 

The moral of the story? Shocker: being kind and accepting isn’t fucking difficult and helps the kid have a better and more stress free life where they don’t feel like they have to hide from anyone. So you know… do it. Be nice. Why is that so difficult. Why are there people chanting things outside of our inclusive synagogues and churches, especially during holidays like Rosh Hashanah. Fuck you guys. Like… seriously. Fuck you. What is the point of antagonizing people and making those who identify feel awful and those who don’t, but support, feel major uncomfortable. We’re just fucking going about our day. Fuck. Off. Leave these kids alone. 

Yugioh Official Heights:

Seto Kaiba is six feet tall, and Yugi Mutou is 5 feet tall

Very Accurate™ yugioh animation quality:

Seto Kaiba is a seven-foot tall half-giant creature and also his legs are made of twigs or something.
Yugi is probably three foot something?? and maybe some kind of gnome???

  • Draco: *points* Is this seat taken?
  • Harry: ... You're pointing to my lap
  • Draco: Oh, right
  • Draco: *points to Harry's chest* Are you taken?

white: gets anon about being white
white: oh i. i don’t know how to answer this sorry. sorry uwu im too soft for this. could any of u pocs help me out im so soft and helpless… i cant answer this oopsy woopsy. oh welp ! sorry i just cant answer this :3 im too sof and smol u see. im just too much of a soft pure smol bean to answer this and ur dirty and scary :3 sorry anon

Okay but do you realize that this shit has happened to Sana before? and that’s why her mother is so worried about her… It looks like Sana has been bullied before, in the school she went to before Nissen; since the flashing images of hate messages in the new clip was from people from that school. Honestly this explains so much of Sana’s behavior and her mother’s protectiveness over her and why she wants Sana to “have friends that are more like her”… she wanted to prevent Sana from getting bullied and hurt again.

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K-POP Legends (1/???) DONG BANG SHIN KI (동방신기, Rising Gods Of The East)

Formed by S.M. Entertainment in 2003, TVXQ began as a five-member boy band that  rose to international prominence in the late 2000s, after the group achieved critical acclaim in the Korean music industry for their best-selling albums “O”-Jung.Ban.Hap. (2006) and Mirotic (2008).  Selling over 10 million records in the first 10 years of their career, TVXQ have become one of Asia’s most successful music acts of their generation. They are often referred to as “Asia’s Stars” and the “Kings of K-pop" for their immense success and contributions to the Hallyu. According to the Oricon, TVXQ have the most number-one singles for a foreign artist, and is Japan’s best-selling foreign music act in CD singles of all time. Their Time Tour, one of the highest-grossing concert tours of 2013, is the highest-attended concert tour held by a foreign music act in Japan. With the tour, the duo became the first non-Japanese Asian artists to headline a nationwide five-Dome tour, and were the first foreign artists to perform in the Nissan Stadium. Billboard has described the group as "K-pop royalty”.