Some of you are really cool folks and stuff, but you sometimes reblogs from people who either harrased me or harrased one of my friends and it just, really stressing…
I’m making this post as a “please, like/reblog this post if it’s okay to adress this and let you know about this person”.
In the same way, if I ever reblog from someone who is known for doing terrible things, please let me know and I’ll keep it in private if that’s your wish.
—Hey, ¿tienes hambre? —preguntó Mario al joven que subía y bajaba sobre sus caderas, teniendo cuidado de no elevarse demasiado para no sacar el miembro dentro suyo.
Juanis, de entre la pila de fics que te tengo que comentar, con este me has dejado con el equivalente emocional de una boca abierta
(seamos honestos en mi vida espere nunca verte escribir nyotalia pero que bueno que para toda regla su exepción) y me encanta Mario siendo tan effortlessy gay y sin embargo haciendo chistes menospreciativos sobre gays. Ese es el desgraciado que tanto quiero. Y Andrecito con su sarcasmo y resignacion a estar son su reberendo idiota, que lindo XD
Y todo es tan relax, les queda bordado a este par!
¡Hola! Nobody asked me, but I beg to differ a bit on the part concerning Venezuela. Please don’t get me wrong, I’m just worried that you think that spanish-venezuelan relationship is so bitter. In her recient bio, on the part about Relationships, Spain’s relationship is refered this way:
España fue su conquistador (obvio, pero hay que mencionarlo), y a pesar de que dándose una vuelta por los libros de historia pueda llegar a odiarlo, le quiere, ya que le enseño muchas cosas que ella considera valiosas y a pesar de que no fue una de sus favoritos, no la trato tan mal. Lo que le duele en el alma es el asesinato de sus “hermanos antiguos”, ergo las etinas indígenas, aunque de eso hace demasiado tiempo ya y no hay mas rencor. Se tratan amigablemente, casi con camaradería, ya que siempre es bueno ver a ese hombre viejo con una sonrisa en el rostro.
And I will freely translate it as this:
Thank you very much if you draw him! Hit me up whenever you do, I’ll be patient ^^
Venezuela: From what I know from Latin Hetalia, she is a girl and her name is María. Well, Spain killed her ancestors, so she isn’t super best friends with him. Nowdays? They don’t get along. María thinks she is better than anyone and on the other hand Antonio is humble. There are too many ideological differences, Even her bio says, she is used to strained relations with other countries because she is very hot headed and revolutionary, and Toni is calm and “traditional”. If they met in the street, Antonio would say hi to her but wouldn’t try to chat for a long time because he’ll end up angry too.
Argentina: I think Martín is one of his favourites. He is the latin american country most influences by europeans, thank to spanishconquerors and italian inmigrants. But in the past centuries, lots of spaniards moved to Argentina to find a job. But lately they have argued because Argentina arrogated a spanish company and blah blah blah. Still, Toni has forgiven him and wants to have good relationship with his favourite child (people think it’s Mexico but I disagree, because the loss of Mexico and Argentina were the more painful ones to the Empire back in the day) It is well known by the Latin Hetalia fandom that he has to faces. Back in the colonial days argentineans felt spanish and they wanted to take part in politics but Toño ignored him. On the one hand, he adores that he taught him severely like a european country. HE IS KIND OF TSUNDERE WITH SPAIN at first but when Toni starts flattering him about how much he misses him and how awesome he is, he gets easy going. They are very similar in their life styles, they love football, have similar politics…
and spanish girls love argentinean men. THEY GET ALONG VERY WELL
I am sorry I haven’t got capacity to be concise :c You can check the latin hetalia tag to know more about
OUR EMPIRE (jk)these precious countries. I wish they were animated, they are real fun. And Antonio wants to have a good relationship with all of them, but the past is there and they all have strong characters (except maybe Perú and Paraguay (paraguay is just like Toni, 100%), Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Honduras, they are more nice)
Spain was her conquer (obviously, but it has to be adressed), and even if going around history textbooks she may hate him, she likes him, because he teached her many things she considers valuable and even if she wasn’t among his favourites, he didn’t treated her too bad. What hurts her in her soul is the murder of her “acient brothers”, aka the native americans, but that was too long time ago and she’s not rencorous anymore. They treat eachother friendly, almost like comrades, because is always good to see that old man with a smile on his face.
This is, ineed, an over-simplified explanation of they relationship, but let’s indulge ourselves since it’s hetalia. But it proves what I’m trying to say. Yes, there is bitterness. Yes, they are not too close to eachother. But I hardly doubt they would be hostile with eachother. You said that in her bio says she has strained relationships because she’s hot-headed… and even if I didn’t see it while reading the bio, that’s absolutely true, but her relationship with Spain is not. Even if she’s hot headed, she’s way more light-hearted and friendly than you seem to believe. Let’s not look more back than in recient history, with the famous “¿Por qué no te cállas?” that the ex-king of Spain said to the ex-president of Venezuela, so famous it appeared in hetalia itself in the form of a shirt. Here in my askblog in wich I answered a question about that, we see that Venezuela keeps high her pride, but also has a good laugh with Spain about the subject.
They both are more alike in my opinion. Maybe not family, maybe not best-friends, but they relationship is pretty friendly when there’s respect from both parts.
Please don’t tell girls “The boy who’s picking on you actually just likes you”
Even if it’s true, you shouldn’t teach girls to respect that sort of affection.
And you should definitely not teach boys that expressing their attraction to women through violence and disrespect is ok.
this is some airbending shit right here
what just happened
Pretty sure this is from the movie Shaolin Soccer?
ppl who are shy at first but become obnoxious and loud once theyre comfortable around you r awesoem. hold on a sec wait pt this text ost on hold. theres pirate ship outside my window right now whath the
I LIVE BY A R river I CANT GET A CLEAR picture its turnign around
tumblr kinda forces u to get educated on things bc otherwise u wont be able to participate in or understand dash topics
Also, for those of you that missed the Space Princess pictures..
I need a link for this dress
this person ruined my life oh my lord
holy fucking shit
Is IKEA even real
the real question here is what happened
- Don’t tone police. It is NOT your right to dictate how someone should react to their oppression.
- Don’t demand a detailed explanation. You’re basically asking the person to justify their call out. It’s exhausting, many resources are available, and often this is just a way to try and derail, start an argument, or discredit the other person.
- Don’t get defensive. A call out is not all about you as a person.
- Don’t take it personally. Calling out is not a personal attack. If someone calls you out, they’re trying to teach you something. Calling out is a way for people to educate others on how systems of oppression operate on a day to day, individual level.
- Don’t attack the person who’s calling you out. That’s just fucked up.
- Don’t assume the person calling you out is just “looking to get offended”. Nobody enjoys calling other people out. To call someone out, people often have to mentally prepare for serious repercussions. Calling someone out might mean starting an argument, during which many people will side with the oppressor by default (especially if you’re privileged over the person calling you out).
- Understand that being oppressive is not the same as being offensive or hurting feelings. The damage you’re perpetuating is part of a larger system of oppression.
- Realize that your intent is irrelevant when it comes to whether you were oppressive or not.
- Recognize the power dynamics that are in place between you and the person calling you out.
- Understand intersectionality. IE: Just because you are oppressed by classism, doesn’t mean you lack male privilege.
- Know that being privileged means being oppressive, but you can work to reduce the ways that you are oppressive.
- Genuinely apologize.
- Work on oppression reduction and being the best ally you can be. The point of calling you out is to draw your attention to how you’re being oppressive, so that you can work to change it. If you made an oppressive joke, there’s probably oppressive thoughts in place (conscious or not) that led you to think the joke was appropriate. Everyone has to unlearn the oppressive things they’ve absorbed from an oppressive society. We are all taught ways to keep marginalized people in their place, but the good thing is that we can identify these things in ourselves and change. And then we can start working on dismantling the kyriarchy, yeah!