By Heather Theurer.
With the recent influx of sexy concepts within the K-pop industry, many K-pop fans have more or less involuntarily slipped into the concept of slut- and body-shaming. This post is not trying to point at any of the people who said negative things - but much rather a reminder that statements like those are absolutely not okay. It’s an appeal to you not to think like maybe your bias does. Everyone makes mistakes, we learn with time. But next time you see a girl group dancing in revealing clothes or a picture of a female idol who put on some weight, think twice before you post a comment. Misogyny is a very real thing in K-pop, so don’t be a part of it!
DramaFever did this for April Fool’s Day and I’m still dying over it. They replaced subtitles with emoticons hahahahaha.
Shukan Bunshun Web Interview
You remember walking on a series of pavement, dirty boots on fresh pollen snow in between blurry sirens of city lights and car engines, streaks of red and yellow clash and crash before your eyes a few meters shorter than the tall buildings and endless skyscrapers. In your hand you have; five fingers interlace, perfect fit like they were made just to cling around yours, pale skin cold flesh asking for him to please, please warm them up, warm them up, singing love and passion in folded chords.