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Just a friendly reminder that idols don’t owe their fans anything except mutual respect (notice I said mutual). They should have every right to do everything that a normal person does without being scrutinized, which includes being able to date freely without it being blown up as a huge scandal and being attacked, being able to walk freely and peacefully out on the streets without being stalked and followed, not getting attacked for not smiling for 0.01 seconds and have the right to at least a little bit of privacy. These are just basic rights every human being should have and I really hope kpop fans learn to understand this soon.

K-pop, then and now

Then:

“Oh no, how will I learn all their names??”

Now:

“… which is why he’s super good at dancing. And this one, pay attention, this one’s my favorite…”

Then:

“God dammit, they changed their hair color. Back to square one.”

Now:

“Oh no, they dyed their hair again and they look so good omo.”

Then:

“This? Oh, it’s called kpop haha. Yeah, it’s pretty cool I guess lol.”

Now:

“This? What is this, you ask?? Why, friend, let me explain you a thing. You see, when the skies and the grounds were one…”

Then:

“Man, I wonder when they’re going to have a comeback already.”

Now:

“Did they eat enough today? Are they getting enough rest?? I wish they would stop pushing themselves so hard…”

Then:

*5am*

*is sleeping*

Now:

*5am*

“Oh god a V app notification fml I have to watch it.”

Then:

“Cool! I found another group I like!”

Now:

“FUCK I FOUND ANOTHER GROUP I LIKE.”

Not liking all the songs by your bias group, or not loving one of the members as much as you love the other members doesn’t make you a bad person or a bad fan because everyone is subject to their own opinion and likes and dislikes. What’s bad is you going around spreading unnecessary hate and causing fandoms to divide and start fanwars. Just keep that in mind before you say something you’ll regret.