do they have to always use our invisibility as a weapon against us. lack of research on the subject of discriminatory attitudes towards a-specs doesn't mean it doesn't exist. our experiences should be enough. but they never are. they don't even understand the full extent of discrimination against us, denying that any of it has ever really happened. just goes to show they've never listened to us, to our stories. they've spent no time learning anything abt us. they don't care. 1/2
2/2 as if they believe we magically sprung up in the late 90s/early
2000s, like ppl like us could never exist outside of tumblr. policing
our terminology, our symbols, our very lived experiences when they know
nothing of our history at all. in my personal experience, i remember
watching certain concepts evolve and the “big names” and all that. i was
maybe 13/14, figuring things out. almost 22 now. seen the patterns in
the shit we’ve faced, story after story. they don’t care, and they never
It’s such bullshit like if the “debate” was only about the specific term “oppression” and its implications, that’d be one thing, but you have a ton of ppl literally denying us any language to talk about what we experience (marginalization? nope unacceptable. Talking about being ace at all? Unnecessary and also TMI). There are literally ppl, and not too few of them, acting like the worst we get is an isolated plant joke once in our lives that lacks any context. People will indeed act like a lack of research means what we personally say is irrelevant and just “tumblr links”. They will try to pick everything we say apart and find some reason why it’s not Bad Enough to really matter at all
very nice concept: sitting on the floor beside a window in my apartment in paris. probably lighting a cigarette and drinking coffee. wearing nothing except a silky lace robe and some cute undies. flowers and plants fill up every corner. art filled up on the walls. i have nothing to do but just sit here and be and explore. i talk with strangers and build connections with them, even if we never talk again. i dont feel crowded or stuck anymore.
My 2017 wish is for K-pop fans to stop hating on every Girl Group that does a cute concept and stop acting superior because they only like girl groups who do “hard” concepts. Like how many boy groups do “hip-hop” concepts, and you people don’t say shit. As soon as a girl group does something cute y’all come out of no where, like just stfu damn. When will the double standards stop???
concept: we’re watching tv together, you’re curled up against my chest. i’m talking to you, and realize you’ve fallen asleep. i wrap my arms around you tighter, and start to fall asleep too. i realize that i want to do this for the rest of my life.