what i meant:
you know i just really really love mark lee so much he's the most precious thing in my life he deserves all the love and respect for he's so generous, nice and has this leadership within him i mean look at how he looks after his members in nct dream and how he cherish them and also the same with the other units he's just this very kind person he's literally an angel i'm telling yall an angel with that kind of smile that brings so much shine giving the members a vibe of positivity throughout the day and oh my god also his laugh that makes me laugh as well his happiness is just so precious he's just i really love him with all my heart i'm-
I don’t know what to expect from you anymore. Everything you’ve been doing says that you didn’t want this anymore, and just when I managed to come to terms with that, you pop back in and make me everything to you. Is that how this would always be with you? Because I can’t do this to myself.
I know this whole discourse about the anti aarmau community been ended by Jason (and many others giving their opinion about it) but I wouldn’t be me if i didn’t give my change worth.
Being somebody who skews older in age compared to most young people in this fandom, I tend to give this weird mix of a rant plus advice. I seen this shit before and honestly every thing i could say is in these tweets.
tl;dr: dont be goofs ya goofs; nobody likes a gremlin, so dont become one.
Hey fun fact the LGBT community was not founded as and is not a fun little party it was founded to protect each other and express things freely in safe spaces.
This whole mentality of “well technically, you’re not straight, so come and join the fun kids!” Is so dumb and wrong. This isn’t a party or a club, and though it may act as a family or a support, it’s about being safe first and foremost.
My point is I’m tired of all the “come on in welcome to the party” mentality of inclusionists because it’s not a big fucking party and pride isn’t just “being happy you’re queer,” it’s about celebrating the fact that despite the brutal oppression we have faced, we are not broken and we are still going to love ourselves.
Ace people cannot feel this way because there is no systematic oppression of them, there’s nothing they prove by being part of this. You haven’t made it through anything based on you being ace that warrants the pride that this month is based off of. Because you are not LGBT.