‘Hey,’ Jason said, ‘personally, I like us.’
‘Agreed,’ Leo said. ‘Us is my favourite people.’ [art]

19/04 # hoo   art   casually reblogs characters from a book i've barely read   i love their dynamic a lot i guess?? from the 100 pages i've read lol.   tentative ot3  

"Teikō Junior High School Basketball Club. A super strong school with more than 100 club members, boasting several successive championship wins. But even within that glorious history, there is still a team that can without fail be called the “strongest” - a generation of five players with talents that you would see once every ten years called the “Generation of Miracles.”

19/04 # knb   boys who break my heart  

exo-m overdose first stage - luhan

19/04 # kpop   exo   fairy prince   special luhan post for his birthday   happy 24th!!   i'm so glad you exist and i'm so glad your hair isn't completely terrible for the first time in months  
han kyung hyun for o!oi.
19/04 # fashion   lowkey obsessed with this label oh my gosh *-*  


windowsill: growing up feels like losing your best friend and then making another one. it feels like your heart is about to burst, like you’re being pulled in half by silent happiness and melancholy.

listen / download

19/04 # fanmix   this is so great i'd listen to it forever  
19/04 # art   stars in my eyes   literally  
19/04 # k project   this dialogue agh  
Classist justice



Far too often, I’ve heard radical queers and feminists, in their hipster garb, talking their academic jargon about checking one’s privilege and being accountable, and in the same breath mocking poor people. It’s not always explicit. Actually, in social justice circles, it hardly ever is. Many of you know not to say words like ghetto or white trash, or at least I hope you do, because of its classist and racist implications, but that seems to be where the anti-classist work stops. So, let me help you.

  • Every time you push your vegan/vegetarian/pescatarian diet on people, remember that your diet is a privilege that doesn’t make you superior or more of an environmentalist, food justice champion, animal lover or good human. I know you know about food deserts. Well, you don’t have to live in one to not be able to afford to have a restrictive diet.
  • Furthermore, poor folks went green along ass time ago. I don’t get why you feel so special about your mason jars and bicycles. Oh good for you for taking the bus when you could’ve driven. Do you want a vegan gluten-free cookie?
  • Yes, Wal-Mart is evil. So, is Urban Outfitters. Get over yourself. The only reason why Wal-Mart is singled out is because poor people shop there and it is easier to distance yourself from the problem. So, stop judging poor consumers who are just trying to feed and clothe their families, and start working to dismantle capitalism, or at least organize for workers’ rights (preferably in a non savior complex kinda way).
  • Your shitty college dorm room, apartment or shared house, does not make you poor, neither does shopping at Good Will.
  • There is a difference between being broke and poor, much like the difference between acute and chronic pain. Learn the difference. 
  • For those of you who do work with poor folks, you are not special, and you are not a savior. Like I said before, drop the savior routine. It makes a big difference when you take the cues from the communities you are serving. And, just because someone isn’t a college educated career activist, doesn’t mean they don’t know what is best for them and their communities. So, don’t be a condescending ass when people don’t talk like you, and practice some real nonjudgmental allyship.
  • Pro tip: classy, trashy, hood, ghetto, dangerous/sketchy/seedy (in reference to poor PoC neighborhoods), white trash, etc are all really classist terms and hella racist too. Think about it, why do we specify that the trash is white? Because all other trash must be brown, right? If you don’t have a claim to these words, don’t use them. 

Anyway, the examples could go on, and if anyone wants to add onto this, please do. I just don’t understand how a community that prides itself on fighting body-shaming and slut-shaming, could be so unequivocally class-shaming. In your own words, you better check your privilege.

To add:

Every time you focus on shaming poor people instead of dismantling the system that makes it cheaper to exploit and abuse human, animal, and environmental resources,  you are doing it wrong.

19/04 # isms   classism   slurs //  
❀ about me ❀


name: siyao

age: 15

birthday: dec 21st

zodiac: sagittarius 

single or taken: (super junior’s sexy free and single starts playing)

height:  5’3

eye color: black, idk

middle name: don’t have one

favorite color: lavender

lucky number:  7


hogwarts house [x]: ravenclaw

favorite fictional character: toph beifong

favorite television show: atla?? idk i’m like 7 years old and don’t watch ‘real television’

favorite season: summer

describe yourself in a few words: lazy, hot-headed, loyal, annoying, angry

future children’s names: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

meaning of your name:  思=thinking, ruminating. 遥=far away. thinking of something far away.

ultimate otp: //sweats i don’t know.

what do you plan to/do for a living: i’m working hard to be a vet, but honestly i just want to learn 50 million languages, leave america forever and be a top tier translator or something.

starbucks order: drip coffee, room for cream


introvert or extrovert: introvert

dawn or dusk: dusk

righty or lefty: righty

coffee or tea: tea

rain or shine: shine

reading or writing: reading and writing…

18/04 # about siyao   i like filling these out so much it's kinda therapeutic sorry y'all  
17/04 # kpop   girl's day   i need this on this blog too because wow