tag tag taaaags

                I’ve spent my life, searching for something worth ᴅʏɪɴɢ for. 

                                                                Instead I found ʏᴏᴜ.
                 Something that I want to 𝓁𝒾𝓋𝑒 𝒻𝑜𝓇 and… 
                                                               I’m not sure what to do with that.
                                                                               Except live. 

                                                                 So that’s what I’m going to do. 

playlist tag

@howitzerimpact thanks park i’d kill a man for u

rules: list the top 10 songs you’re listening to these days

  • GUMI- Housewife Radio
  • GUMI- Hedonist’s Happy Buffet
  • Unlike Pluto- The Disarray
  • Hatsune Miku- The Full Course For Candy Addicts
  • Yonezu Kenshi- Peace Sign
  • Kagamine Len- Sand Planet
  • Jetta- I’d Love to Change the World (Matstubs Remix)
  • Prismo- Serenity
  • JANEE- Go Ahead Boy (feat. Kevon)
  • Mindsight x LIOHN- Adventure

tagging: @tomzehmuffin @whynotthough @temperedmilk @landofsongandfrogs and @thebromethius

anonymous asked:

i just have to ask why you think it's okay to make fun of straight people. i kind of think it's never cool to make fun of anybody for anything, and i don't see why a person being straight exempts them from this.


I see where you’re coming from. I really do. but listen. I’m not bullying a specific person for being straight. that would be repulsive. bullying is disgusting no matter what the reason.

I’m surrounded by straight people all the time. even when I say “nobody I know is straight!” I’m just saying that because I have been so used to being surrounded entirely by straight people, so having a few queer friends feels almost like being “surrounded.” (spoilers: it’s not. I still know wayyy more straight people.) I’m surrounded by people who think my orientation is a joke, or operate entirely based on stereotype. people who constantly tell me that my identity is invalid or doesn’t exist. I’m surrounded by media that erases me. I’m surrounded by media that erases all queer people. it’s exhausting. it’s overwhelming. and sometimes I blow off steam by joking about straight people. reducing them to stereotypes. whatever.

it’s funny because straight people have such a massive amount of privilege in our society. that’s literally the only reason any of the jokes make sense. we joke, say, about the “straight agenda” (football and bootcut jeans, I think the tumblr post went?) because there are actual groups of people, groups of people with political power, that believe the “gay agenda” is a real actual thing that exists. the point of these jokes is to highlight the ridiculousness of things that people actually believe about queer people. they wouldn’t make sense otherwise. jokes about a privileged group made by an oppressed group are an attempt to find humor in a situation where there is very little. people like me are being kicked out of their houses. people like me are being killed. it’s not, actually, that funny. but we can’t spend our entire lives being angry, even though there is enough fuel for that anger to last a lifetime. so instead: blowing off steam. joking about straight people watching football.

(this is, by the way, why I am not in the least offended by jokes about white people or cis people, even though I am part of both of those groups. I look at them. I chuckle. I try to figure out if I’m participating in any of the gross behavior that inspired the jokes. and then I move on.)

I’m not attacking a specific person. that would be really, really gross of me. I’m making jokes about a group with immense societal power. if these jokes make you uncomfortable, feel free to unfollow. I want you to have a safe and happy browsing experience, no matter who you are! and if following my blog doesn’t make you happy, you don’t have to continue to do so.