1. 1 week ago  /  176,531 notes  /  Source: sandandglass

  2. photo

    photo

    2 weeks ago  /  527 notes  /  Source: fuckyeahjaejoong

  3. Just an experiment. Reblog if you actually give a fuck about male victims of domestic violence and rape.

    acid-and-broken-hearts:

    megashinycelebi:

    ohmygogapplejuice:

    larrylouis:

    lost-prince-of-asguard:

    thepiscesactor:

    This lack of notes is disturbing.

    yes it is .. blog more people

    The notes are very disappointing. Especially to me.

    seriously what the fuck why doesnt this have more notes?

    My mom abused both my brother and I in all three ways

    (via mindlesscy-sarang)

    3 weeks ago  /  435,410 notes

  4. I guess Amelia Bedelia is reincarnated in a real human being. Laughed so hard.

    I guess Amelia Bedelia is reincarnated in a real human being. Laughed so hard.

    (via mindlesscy-sarang)

    3 weeks ago  /  41,713 notes  /  Source: twitterscreencaps

  5. mindlesscy-sarang:

boonies:

Okay, I originally replied to this in private but it kept bugging me the entire day, and I’ve seen similar comments in tags, so:1. Since no one seems to read interviews, Yoochun had to gain weight to play Dongshik in Sea Fog. When he played Sunjoon in Sungkyunkwan Scandal, he weighed 110lbs/50kg. If you think the latter is healthy for someone who’s 5’ 11”/180cm, you’re part of the problem.2. This is what he looks like at the moment [ x ]3. Policing someone’s body—shaming them for being too much of anything: too fat, too skinny—is bad and you should feel bad. I understand people tend to internalize their own insecurities and project them onto idols but you reblog text posts about struggling with your own weight and how hurt you feel simply existing in a society as superficial and intolerant as ours and then you write something like this. It’s so incredibly counterproductive and invalidating.4. Idols are public figures, yeah. But they’re not punching bags. Even flippant comments feed into an endless cycle of negativity. Nothing is harder than accepting yourself and this type of unnecessary belligerent commentary literally has no purpose, no constructive function, no actual benefit to your self-worth aside from the momentary satisfaction you may get from putting another human being down.5. Idols aren’t inanimate objects. They’re going to gain weight and get wrinkles and lose hair and wear questionable things. So will you. This stigma you attach to idols, this patronizing, unrealistic expectation of eternal perfection only serves to further dehumanize them. Don’t make this an acceptable thing because—while idols won’t see your comments most of the time, other people will, and they’ll process the information as either a complicit collaborator who’ll make body-shaming sustainable, or as a casualty of body-shaming. You don’t… you don’t get to do certain things to a stranger’s body, like touch it or judge it, especially publicly. 6. And just… fat is not an insult. Why is it an insult. Why can’t you eat cupcakes. You only get this one life, this one precious body, and you already have to deny yourself so many things on a daily basis, so why can’t you eat a fucking cupcake.

    mindlesscy-sarang:

    boonies:

    Okay, I originally replied to this in private but it kept bugging me the entire day, and I’ve seen similar comments in tags, so:

    1. Since no one seems to read interviews, Yoochun had to gain weight to play Dongshik in Sea Fog. When he played Sunjoon in Sungkyunkwan Scandal, he weighed 110lbs/50kg. If you think the latter is healthy for someone who’s 5’ 11”/180cm, you’re part of the problem.

    2. This is what he looks like at the moment [ x ]

    3. Policing someone’s body—shaming them for being too much of anything: too fat, too skinny—is bad and you should feel bad. I understand people tend to internalize their own insecurities and project them onto idols but you reblog text posts about struggling with your own weight and how hurt you feel simply existing in a society as superficial and intolerant as ours and then you write something like this. It’s so incredibly counterproductive and invalidating.

    4. Idols are public figures, yeah. But they’re not punching bags. Even flippant comments feed into an endless cycle of negativity. Nothing is harder than accepting yourself and this type of unnecessary belligerent commentary literally has no purpose, no constructive function, no actual benefit to your self-worth aside from the momentary satisfaction you may get from putting another human being down.

    5. Idols aren’t inanimate objects. They’re going to gain weight and get wrinkles and lose hair and wear questionable things. So will you. This stigma you attach to idols, this patronizing, unrealistic expectation of eternal perfection only serves to further dehumanize them. Don’t make this an acceptable thing because—while idols won’t see your comments most of the time, other people will, and they’ll process the information as either a complicit collaborator who’ll make body-shaming sustainable, or as a casualty of body-shaming. You don’t… you don’t get to do certain things to a stranger’s body, like touch it or judge it, especially publicly.

    6. And just… fat is not an insult. Why is it an insult. Why can’t you eat cupcakes. You only get this one life, this one precious body, and you already have to deny yourself so many things on a daily basis, so why can’t you eat a fucking cupcake.

    image

    3 weeks ago  /  145 notes  /  Source: boonies

  6. photo

    photo

    1 month ago  /  283 notes  /  Source: ilovekimjaejoong

  7. 1 month ago  /  1,541 notes  /  Source: miselovans

  8. If it didn’t hold the social power it holds we’d probably think of masculinity as a form of ridiculous degeneracy like brony horse fetishists and the like, like there’s so many elements of masculinity that are patently absurd: the idea that eating meat makes you manlier, the ridiculous insecurity men feel around women taller than them, bodybuilding “culture” as a whole, the fact that some men actively try to repress expression of any positive emotions because they’re afraid that smiling might make them look gay, etc.

    monetizeyourcat:

    imagine if instead of this being how men behaved, it was the sacred vows of an order of really weird monks. that would be really funny

    (via roachpatrol)

    1 month ago  /  1,253 notes  /  Source: maggotmaster

  9. 2 months ago  /  856 notes  /  Source: vavole

  10. photo

    photo

    photo

    photo

    photo

    photo

    photo

    photo

    2 months ago  /  169,049 notes  /  Source: vicious-seamonkey