Sunny in Gee, then and now - requested by cutiesoonkyu
I cannot understand this emotion at all and plus it frightens me. This involves a long story about an ex-friend of mine who was jealous, possessive over me and then stalked me. It was such a horrible period of time in my life because she nearly isolated me from any friends or family. I do not want to go into detail, thinking about makes me angry and very sad.
I don’t understand the concept of it either, to be honest. It seems like this is a major thing in some monogamous relationships, where one partner will get ~jealous~ because the other person *gasp* spends time with other people. Don’t they trust their partners enough to believe that they would never willingly hurt them? The idea that they would feel their relationship is being ~threatened~ merely by the existence of other people is actually rather sad.
I guess this is why I’m not a fan of romantic comedies. Not only do they romanticise things like jealousy and forms of abuse, but they seem to make light of it in a way that makes me incredibly uncomfortable. The idea that someone belongs to someone else (how romantic) is where possessiveness and controlling behaviour start creeping in, and that’s just all kinds of awful.
jealousy in relationships is not a cute trait (◕‿◕✿)
guilting or controlling a partner’s behavior is not cute or romantic (◕‿◕✿)
jealousy is a major factor in and aspect of partner violence and abuse (◕‿◕✿)
don’t romanticize jealousy as though it were a healthy part of relationships (◕‿◕✿)
to the woman who makes people want to throw a brick at her face for being so perfect,
05/15/1989; happy birthday sunny ♥
890515 Happy Birthday Sunny.
사랑해, 사랑해, 사랑해
I love you, I love you, I love you.
천 번을 말해도 모자라
Even if I say it a thousand times, it’s not enough
Just some moments where Lee Soonkyu just ruins my life. But I still love her! Happy birthday Sunny Bunny!! ♥
why does calling someone “cute” imply attraction
why does saying you “like someone” imply attraction
why does complimenting someone’s appearance imply attraction
why are so many innocuous things in our language so tangled up with romantic-sexual meanings
Alas, the trials of a female SONE
I’ve actually had people go “OMG you’re a girl!!! Are you a lesbian? A female SONE, that’s so untypical!!”
And I’m like
Most K-pop fans are girls. SNSD is a Korean group. Do the math folks.
I do not understand this idea that thinking someone is pretty = being sexually attracted to them. At all. Or, indeed, you could turn this around. A man isn’t particularly obsessed with Sunny’s boobs? He must be gay! <—- paraphrased quote from a forum I occasionally lurk on. By this logic, since I don’t mind looking at Sunny’s boobs, the people who thought I was a lesbian must be right!
And all this time I thought I was asexual. How good it is to be enlightened.
What bothers me about most sequels is that a supporting character(s) or maybe the protagonist didn’t have a romantic interest in the first movie but does in the second. It irks me at times because I feel like they are shoehorning the romance in, like: “Oh no, they are single! That’s bad! Give them a a love interest! Romance equals good plot,right??”
It can be done well at times but it is mostly forced. Maybe I’m just watching mostly bad sequels and not really good ones?
You know what movie I really liked? Twitches. Sure, it was a Disney Channel movie, which meant lots of cheese, but it focused on the relationship between the two leads, who were long lost twin sisters, and at the end, the Big Bad was defeated through the power of love. That is, the love they had for their friends, their family, for each other. Also, the twins were played by Tia and Tamera Mowry, who are WOC, which is always nice to see.
Then the sequel happened.
It’s not that the sequel was terrible, you understand, but that they felt it necessary to give both the twins quasi-romantic love interests. It’s the fact that if they took out the “OMG Cam ur flirting with some random guy in the palace who’s hiding the fact that he’s a servant from you!!” and “OMG Alex ur breathing the same air as my ex how dare you!!” the film would not have been seriously impacted in any way. In fact, it would have probably flowed better, because at least we wouldn’t keep having them travel back to our dimension for no logical reason at all, only to have them angst over boys.
It seems to feed into this ridiculous idea that romance=character development. And, then there are times when they hurriedly shove a character into a romantic relationship in the last few episodes of the last season of a TV show a la Charmed. I didn’t mind Coop and Phoebe’s relationship, but I hated how rushed and “OMG we can’t have Phoebe being single!” it felt.
And that is the end of my semi-rant. I swear I could do a better job than the actual script writers at times.
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