My name is Joe, I'm gay, I'm 21 years old and I love me some kpop & video games. Sunmi 馃, f(x), Red Velvet, SNSD, Shinee, & Johnny (Nct)

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joextonyxfam-133 days agoText

I am being reminded of another hard fact of life and being an adult. You can meet someone and grow close to them but that doesn’t mean they’ll be directly in your life forever. My roomate took the 1 year leave and will most likely resign from our company within that time frame. He just headed off to the airport to go back home to his island cause they finally opened their borders. Im happy he can finally go home because he’s been trapped here since March….but I’m still SAD

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joextonyxfam-13a month agoText

HIII TAEYEON JAPANESE COMEBACK WHICH MEANS IM COMING BACK

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joextonyxfam-133 months agoText

REMEMBER WHEN WE THOUGHT WE WERE GETTING A KRYSTAL SOLO ALBUM AAAAAAAAHHHHAHAHAHAHAHAH

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joextonyxfam-133 months agoPhoto

wonderqurls:

鈥淚f I could comfort even just a single individual through my music and writing I believe it鈥檚 worth my while. I always want to be sincere and making many people to like my sincere work is my ultimate goal.鈥
-HA:TFELT about her depression and therapy with VLDOC

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joextonyxfam-133 months agoText

channelxblue:

https://youtu.be/b56T69ZZ_eo

It’s so important to protect black women. Our pain and trauma isn’t funny at ALL!!

Nothing but love and positivity toward Megan 鈾ワ笍鈾ワ笍


Megan came back to social media and this is what she had to say:

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joextonyxfam-133 months agoText

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millennial-review:

in college a teacher explained that criticizing gentrification wasn鈥檛 about shaming or blaming the white people that were most likely living in the only apartments they could afford - it was about asking why their living there was inherently valuable.聽it鈥檚 not really about who - it鈥檚 about why.聽why white lives are literally valued more. why is the presence of white people a聽gentrifying force? what is it about whiteness that elicits immediate value?聽

And if you look up the stages of gentrification, it usually goes like “artists and teachers and etc move into this neighborhood because its what they can afford” and THEN “developers notice these people and try to capitalize on them.”

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joextonyxfam-133 months agoText

thundergrace:

Imagine someone shoots you, very likely tried to kill you and after that trauma you expect sympathy and maybe an outpouring of support but instead your trauma becomes a meme and everyone is laughing at your pain.

And this is truly the burden of black women. The world tears us down to nothing so we build up these hard exteriors to protect ourselves (which usually manifests as what appears to be unwavering confidence) and are praised for our “strength” but really for how much abuse we can take. And the result of that is people feeling free to treat us any kind of way without remorse because we’re expected to handle everything better than other women. We’re rarely seen as victims, sympathetic characters, vulnerable, and deserving of affection.

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dregtal:

blackpunkther111:

Good on this man for filming and keeping his hands up. That cop was looking for an excuse to shoot him.

After claiming loudly for EVERYONE ELSE to hear that there鈥檚 a gun, he tells that guy much more quietly to turn his car off, meaning the driver would have to pull at least one of his hands inside the car, which would give the sad excuse for a human being every reason he wants to shoot the poor guy. He鈥檇 be telling investigators, 鈥淵eah, I saw something that looked like a gun, he reached for it, and I feared for my life. Everyone around me heard me yell 鈥榞un鈥. You can ask my coworkers who would vouch for me.鈥 District Attorney would then say, 鈥淲e found that the officer was complying with protocols and violated no law. He can return to work after his life was nearly ruined by the false claims of onlookers who didn鈥檛 see what the officer saw.鈥

It鈥檚 almost as if they鈥檙e all reading from the same script.

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