im allergic to penicillin
this is me every time i go to the doctor.
she forgets everytime.gotta love your nurses, people.
I think there’s a Facebook group that made t-shirts along the lines of “Be kind to nurses. They keep doctors from killing you.” My mom was a nurse for over 40 years.
Please reblog if you know anyone who might take party drugs.
I’m not an emt yet, but everytime I see someone do drugs, I just hope they’re smart enough to remember these points.
As an nurse with ER experience, same thing. Dear God please just tell us what you took. I will not tell anyone from law enforcement or your parents or whoever, I just need to know so I can save your life. Please.
I’m a nurse and I wish to signal boost the hell out of this
The reason I decided to make this video is because the overwhelming amount of anti-blackness in kpop that has been either ignored or excused, in the last two years, is unbelievably great.
No matter how much has happened, people still refuse to even acknowledge how big of a problem it is. You have to think to yourself, why is this only happening with black people and black culture? How is no other race being as blatantly used or disrespected in kpop? Anti-blackness is no accident. It’s a worldwide disease.
The perspective I have as a black kpop fan feels very odd. At some points, I feel proud because I realize many idols’ favorites are black people but most times I feel confused, because even though this is true we are still not truly respected. Not by idols and not by most kpop fans that don’t put defending us on their priority lists, regardless if we’re “one big kpop family” and “all in this together.”
The fact that most of us fans have to constantly shift between liking this genre and wanting are humanity respected isn’t fair. And you might say, if you’re just going to complain and be negative then why don’t you stop listening to kpop? And to that I’ll respond with, how is pointing out racism “complaining”. Complaining is maybe talking about how I don’t like a song, complaining isn’t talking about how I don’t like pieces of my culture being bastardized. And how is pointing out racism negative? When racism itself is the actual negative?
The point is, this cycle of silencing black kpop fans is horrendous. If we counted every anti-black thing that has happened in kpop, there would be well over a hundred incidents probably.
This isn’t about packing up and “leaving” kpop (but if you want to, I wouldn’t be surprised or judge you for it). It’s about making sure everyone sees and hears what we see and hear.
I realize that for some black kpop fans, they’d still rather not think of these things because kpop is their escape from life or other troubles. Do your thing, that’s fine, whatever. But when you see other bkfs speaking out, don’t try to silence them because they’re doing their own thing too and it’s their choice. We all have the choice to either speak up or stay silent but no matter which option you choose, it looks like kpop has already chosen it’s own option and that option is to continue being racist.
So here’s a simple compilation of racist or just very questionable events I wish there were answers for.
Not entirely sure how Onew’s clip fits into this conversation, but an important one nonetheless.
^^^ yea tru i didn’t get why that was in there?
Like he seemed like he was just saying the girl caught his eye or whatever, like if someone can explain that to me i’d would be open to understanding
I was confused about that too but then I realized it must be because of how the other people said the black girl and one of the korean girls could be sisters and they look just alike while laughing when it was very clear they look nothing similar
Ohhhhhh, thanks tiga
The clip has been banned in America but if you search deep and fake your IP address you can watch the whole clip. He was saying that she stood out as being pretty to him out of all the international ‘noonas’ and he said hello to her and got a little flustered/smiling. The woman who made the comment kept harassing Onew the whole time, trying to touch and flirt with him. It was about the woman pointing out that: “Her skin is darker than mine obviously.”
No one should be getting angry over something so trivial. So you wanna say how white people speaking ghetto english is wrong and racist? Who said twerking has to be a black thing? There are dark skinned asians and the black face is easier to do. Black people tend to have bigger butts, lips, etc. That’s how they’re body types are. Black hair? Who said only black people could wear their hair like that? Zico’s hair was chosen by HIM. He liked dreads. White people wear dreads. Friends tend to call their other friends niggas. They’re really not hurting anyone.