I’m getting emotional over The Princess And The Frog
I’m getting emotional over The Princess And The Frog
white person: how do you say my name in your language??
How do I get all these porn blogs to unfollow me
A BUNCH OF PORN BLOGS STARTED FOLLOWING ME, THIS IS NOT HOW I WANT TO BE REMEMBERED
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This about to get TMI…..
at this point i shouldn’t be surprised that the teen wolf fandom is still trying to find ways to hate scott, but i still get so angry when i see their reasons.
like i saw one tw blogger that was going on and on about how horrible scott mccall was for taking the money from garrett’s locker bc it was “blood money” and telling him that he shouldn’t use it, that he should get a job and sell some things, like u do realize that both him and his mom have jobs and that’s still not cutting it? his mom has been picking up so many shifts she’s probably on the verge of exhaustion, and scott has school to worry about along with his job, and selling a few things around the house is not going to cut it. that money he found in the locker is money that his family needs desperately, the cops have no use for it, and it’s not like he’s out spending it on unnecessary luxury items.
and the most infuriating thing about the piece of trash that’s trying to make scott a bad person for keeping the money, is the fact that they never once mentioned how stiles was also willing to keep that “blood money” and use it for his family. they had nothing to say when their fav white boy was doing the same thing as scott mccall. and i bet they would excuse stiles’s reasons for needing it too, they probably wouldn’t tell him to get a job (which he doesn’t have a job, so he’s not helping the family money situation at all) or sell some things, they’d go on about how his family is in a desperate situation.
it really does not get more problematic than that, the resident white boy gets a pass for wanting to keep the money bc of his family’s money situation, but the poc and hero of the show gets slammed for wanted to keep the money for the same damn reason. stop using thin excuses for your racism, and realize you’re wrong.
I still can’t believe people have honestly gone so low as to berate Scott for seizing the opportunity to help fix their money issues, seriously, how much pettier can you get??
Like fuck that noise really, I would’ve done the same and I couldn’t care less what people think. If you honestly believe “getting a job and selling some things” fixes all the problems all the time, no exceptions, then I’m sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but you are pretty disconnected from reality.
In reality a lot of people can’t get out of poverty no matter whether they work one, two, three jobs, even if everyone in the household (that can work) is working, even if they sell stuff… it’s still not enough, especially if your wage is low enough and you have no aid whatsoever (just take a look at how many people are out there in the real fucking world working minimum wage jobs, experiencing real life wage slavery, and still can’t get out of a problematic situation).
Seriously, fuck you for chastising Scott, fuck you for making light of situations that aren’t just on a TV show but are actually the real life situation of too many people in the world right now, and fuck you for being a gross and petty as all hell classist shitlord, god damn.
Privileged people are able to look at this situation on the surface and draw the conclusion that “well if stealing money is against the law, then you’re a bad person if you steal money.” But the law has nothing to do with whether a person is good or bad. I think it’s really shitty of people to look at this situation and only view it in terms of what “right” and “wrong” according to the law, instead of looking at it in terms of what’s right and wrong according to fucking morality and what it means to care for other people.
It’s like how immigrants come to the United States illegally. From the perspective of people who are privileged enough to not have to find a better life for themselves, they can just sit back and say “well sneaking across the border is illegal and you shouldn’t have done that.” But to people who feel a need to do this, what’s right and wrong isn’t related to the law. A person might decide to murder their rapist, but you wouldn’t say that person was wrong for such a reaction. Someone poor and hungry might steal a loaf of bread but you wouldn’t say they were a bad person.
And I hate that people are like “well Scott is supposed to be the morally competent guy but he does this and that’s why we’re mad.” Tell me, when the fuck has the law ever been important to Scott McCall? When has breaking the law ever meant a damn thing to this boy? Never. Because the legal thing and the right thing are two different things. The legal thing and the moral thing are two different things. Plus, I don’t think that Scott has implied for one second that he thought keeping that money wasn’t a questionable thing to do. In fact being secretive with Stiles is a pretty good indicator that he doesn’t actually believe that what he did was 100% justified.
But an electric bill is so much fucking more than just not having light. It’s being immersed in pitch black at night. It’s having no air conditioning (and they live in California so that’s just not something they should have to go through). It’s not having a refrigerator. It’s not having a telephone. Depending on your stove, it’s not being able to cook your food. It’s hoping your can opener isn’t an electric one. It’s a kid not being able to charge their laptop for homework, not being able to do research anyway because they can’t use the router. It’s hoping you have a car charger for your phone. It’s all these different things.
Please for the love of god people step off your damn high horse.
- Other people’s cultures do not exist for white people to seek their spiritual enlightenment
- No one owes you an education, and initiation, or a history lesson simply because ‘you want’
- No one has to include you in things because ‘you want’
- No one has to hold their tongue, sweeten their words, or chop up sentences to make white people feel better about history- colonization, slavery, genocide, ect.
- No one should be ‘grateful’ to you for your interest in said culture
You would think that teenagers would be the rudest customers when really it’s mostly old, middle-aged people.
i literally had these two teenagers apologizing to me for getting a video game for them and checking them out. meanwhile their parents are being the rudest people i’ve ever witnessed