The first time I realized that I was asian was when I realized that I was not white. Especially going to a private, it is sometimes difficult to see through this thick cloud of insecurities with the dominance of white people, left and right. I almost started to believe that I was white myself, that this issue was easily fixable. Maybe if I talked to the right group of people. Maybe if I play a sport. All of this doubt and uncertainty to hide the real me. I never found out who I was, and to this day is still looking for myself, but I am proud of being Chinese-American and I will always stand up (fiercely i might add) for my Asian brothers and sisters. My advice to you all, never let you voice go unheard because it could impact someone’s life. All of this oppression will never change for the better unless you open your eyes and acknowledge that our world is in fact extremely flawed.
Korean. 17. 100% Fierce.
I was on Omegle with my white friend, she got compliments from guys on her green eyes, dark curly hair, or — if they were more forward — her body.
I only got compliments for my race. “Oh I love Asian girls.” “I think Asians are the hottest race, no joke.” “I wish I could date a pretty little exotic thing like you.” “I’ve never seen a pair of Asian tits before.”
Obviously Omegle is not the best place to meet people, but it does show that when put in a situation where you’re able to say what you want, because you’ll never see that person again, they will not hesitate to fetishize you. Makes you wonder what people are actually thinking.
Studio Ghibli + Food
you can’t spell embarrassment without sm ent
jessica’s ad libs in divine
no one can pull this off as much as jess
Jessica’s ad-libs in the pre-release of Genie is the true meaning of life
Girl’s Generation (소녀시대) - Pre-Release Genie Jessica ver. ft. Taeyeon
I wish SNSD’s way down can be more beautiful than anyone else’s and that we will enjoy what we have right now. I wish we would all do things with a positive mind.
SNSD stopped being 9 on the last day of September.
THE NINTH MONTH of the year
tbh girls’ generation was one of the groups i never thought would lose a member