the glory of the (almost nonexistent) jjongbutt

the jjongbutt, a mythological being.

more hidden than not, it still brings death joy to many. it appears in many forms:

b.i.b. - butt in black

i.w.b. - internet war butt (the whole second pic is questionable af what even)

b.i.w. - butt in white

b.i.j. - butt in jeans (aka jjong bb pls stop)

b.i.p. - butt in pants (slaaaaaaaaaaaaaay)

owner of the jjongbutt keeps on trying to summon it to this day.

he tries hard okay

but in all honesty its not that the jjongbutt is not there, it’s just that u gotta look hard, wish upon a star and sing all the high notes perfectly ajkhskjdhakjs

here’s a cute jjong for u

If u have an aesthetic blog on tumblr and your ‘aesthetic’ involves or revolves around, even partially, images of people, you have an obligation to: 

  • reblog just as many pictures of poc as of white people 
  • include diversity in your blogging; include dark skinned poc; include people who aren’t skinny; include pictures of hands or wrists or legs that aren’t white
  • be careful that your appreciation of beauty doesn’t only acknowledge white, skinny beauty

Don’t apologise for:

  • Being white
  • Being cis
  • Being heterosexual/heteroromantic
  • Being male
  • Being comfortable with your body
  • Not having a mental illness
  • Being able-bodied
  • Having an opinion that isn’t harmful

Tumblr teaches us that minorities have to be favoured. Tumblr teaches us that not being in those minorities means that you have to ‘check your privilege’ and are worthless scum. Tumblr teaches us that having a mental illness is ‘cool’ and that you can use the mental illness to act like an asshole and not apologize for it. Tumblr teaches us that being comfortable in your own skin is not a good thing. Tumblr teaches us that having an opinion is wrong and that expressing that opinion allows others to dox you or send hate. Tumblr creates more insecurities than it tries to get rid of.