stage dancer

the show does not need to go on

in this industry we have this idea that we will sacrifice ourselves for the art. We will do anything for the art. We will put ourselves in danger for the art. We tell ourselves, “The show must go on.” 

I’m here to tell you that the show does not need to go on. Our art is important, but as in any job, health and safety are far more important.

kpop idols: “*insert black artist* is my role model :)”

kpop idols: *get their songs written and produced by black people*

kpop idols: *have black live bands, stage crews, backup dancers*

y’all still, somehow: um actually South Korean people don’t know what blacks are so jot that down


ACT. 1: “The King and the Grump”

Oikawa Tooru is the Club’s no. 1 dancer, his stage name is the Grand King. He’s massively popular with the female customers. But instead of all the other ladies, there’s one Grumpy-looking customer who caught his eyes … ;0

Opening Act I Act. 1 I Act. 2 I Act. 3 I Act. 4 I Act. 5Act. 6 I

For the first time in a billion years I L O V E the Italian entry to the Eurovision Song Contest without any kind of doubt but I’m scared shitless that tumblr will just label it as racist and appropriative (lyrics are all in Italian and people on this god forsaken website tend to Never Do Their Reaserch Before They Open Their Piehole) when it’s THE EXACT OPPOSITE OF THAT

The title literally means “The Westerner’s Karma” and it parodizes westerners thinking themselves knowledgeable, masters even, of Asian cultures/philosophies/traditions because they once took a yoga class or the googled “buddhism” and became overnight experts. While when you actually look at them up close they just look like “naked dancing monkeys” making fool out of themselves.