Today's topic is about men's rights and how kpop changed my views towards men.
MEN'S ARE BEING DISCRIMINATED!
Even if I am not a boy I still understand their pain. Because of Women Discrimination people are paying so much attention to women that they don't realise men are being discriminated too.
Lemme give you an example:
When girls dress up as boys, cut their hair short and behave in manly way they are considered brave and bold. Those girls are called tomboys.
But when boys wear makeup and jewellery they are considered too girly and people react like it's a bad thing. People call those boys 'GIRLS' most of the time.
Honestly there's nothing such as 'like boys' or 'like girls'. Because of majority girls love makeup and jewellery doesn't mean boys can't use that. That doesn't make them girls.
How kpop changed this side of me?
I used to judge boys the same way because I never saw these types of boys. After stanning kpop I realised makeup and jewelleries look good on boys.
BTS is hated a lot because some people think they are like GIRLS. I used to think that too and now I feel so embarrassed. After stanning them I realised they don't look like girls....they just look like cute boys.
Girls always get to be better:
I saw in a lot of women's rights vids that girls are always better than the boys only to prove 'Girls are equal'. Honestly we girls only want to be equal not better. Nobody needs to prove boys weak only to prove girls strong. Both gender are equal. We all are human. Nobody is better than anyone because nobody is perfect.
We all have flaws but to prove we are worth being respected equally doesn't mean we have to point out the flaws of others.
What were my views about boys ealier?
1. Boys don't cry
2. Boys can't wear makeup
3. Boys can't wear jewellery
4. Boys can't wear earings. I was like I DON'T CARE WHATEVER JEWELLERY THEY WEAR BUT EARINGS ARE FOR GIRLS!
5. Boys can't dance as good as girls.
6. Boys don't have a melodic and angelic voice / Girls sing better than boys.
I didn't realize I was discriminating too. I was a kid though and I am not a grown up yet but I still understood my mistake early after stanning BTS. I used to hate bts and won't even bother listening to any of their songs as I thought they were too GIRLY because I heard people saying that.
My views about boys now and how kpop helped me to be a better person:
Now I totally changed. After stanning BTS I realised they are super talented and super cute. They don't look like girls honestly. They look like Ka-Ute Korean boys.
I saw them crying in a lot of videos and it broke my heart but I also realised it's ok to express yourself. They deserve love and affection not gender discrimination.
Also makeup and jewellery looked good on them and I became habited to seeing boys with makeup and tons of jewellery that everything seems normal and okay to me now. And the earings made them shine.
Their dance....what do I say....SUPERB Now I won't say boys can dance even better than girls, I only wanna say anyone can dance no matter it's a boy or a girl. We only need some practice. Practice makes perfect
Jimin you're our ANGEL and of course you have an angelic voice. Not only you but lots of boys have. Every guy can sing beautifully even if they have a very manly voice. Look at V. He has a deep manly voice but he sings so nicely. BTS changed me a lot.
AND THANKS A LOT FOR CHANGING MY VIEWS TOWARDS MEN AND HELPING ME BE A BETTER WOMAN.
Others ways boys are being discriminated:
Still today, somewhere in the world, some people might think boys can't or don't do house chores/ they shouldn't do it. Let them be independent and do their chores by themselves and cook their own food. Boys can be good at household works too.
LET BOYS BE THEMSELVES AND NOT BE CALLED GIRLS!!
Let this new year be a new beginning for boys; a bit more beautiful beginning
Good morning, afternoon, and evening everyone! I'm about to embark on a 27 hour road trip with my family to our new home on the other side of the country; so, needless to say, I'll be in the car for quite a while, once we finally get going. In light of that, I figured it was the perfect time to host a travel related challenge. This will be a word prompt challenge. Details to follow.
DIRECTIONS: Participants will use ALL THREE of the following word prompts in a poetic or prose penning of 30 lines or less. One submission per person, written in English, with no foul language, hate speech, rudeness, or obscenities.
PROMPT WORDS TO USE: ▪︎Expedition: Noun. A journey that's undertaken for a specific purpose.
▪︎Journey: Noun or verb. The act of traveling from one place to another.
▪︎Peregrinate: Verb. Traveling around, usually on foot.
DURATION: This challenge will be open for 48 hours from the time of posting. It's over when it says "2d" in the upper right corner of this post.