whatever idc


When you’re under investigation and unable to act officially but you don’t give a f.. about UN’s orders.
Idk, I just wanted to draw theses two together.

Hold up...

I’m confused here. I haven’t really been up to date on the issue so this is the first I’m hearing about this. So let me get this right?

The new D.VA skin features Hana Song as a member of the what, Busan Police Division? In a South Korean police outfit? Her hat literally has the red and blue Taeguk on it (well, the symbol for the Korean police department in general). 

And this is somehow connected with American police brutality?

Let’s be real guys. And I don’t want to generalise but if it’s people complaining about American police brutality, then I’m sure it’s the American people finding an issue with it. I just want to tell you: Why are you making this about you? She’s a native South Korean girl in a South Korean police uniform and you’re making it about you. Why do you always do that? Contrary to whatever beliefs you have, you are not the centre of the universe, nor is America the only country with a Police division. 

I mean, sure we can discuss her bunny logo and its implications. Like, is she in her own division? How much leniency does this government give her? What rank is she even? Or does she just suit up and go around claiming she’s in the police force?

i just want to say that there is nothing cringy or embarrassing about finding comfort in stories or music or using fictional characters to inspire yourself, no matter what people might say.
if imagining yourself as a character in your favourite book makes you forget about your sadness, if blasting musicals at full volune makes you feel confident while walking through a crowd, if drawing cheesy fanart or writing cliche fanfiction makes you feel good about your skills then keep doing that!
other people might mock you but they have no right to take away the happiness and the comfort you find in art.
there is no wrong way to make yourself feel a bit more happy.