9:26 am - 03/20/2019


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The nomnomnominations for the pet competition was a success and I have a lot to go through, so while we wait for our furry babies to make a comeback, and keeping up with the 'Omona needs no male' mood, here comes the second installment of omona's fluffy take over: the fluffy takes.
Pretty much like vintage_boom Hot Takes, but make them fluffy (good vibes, positive vibes, happy vibes), and preferably women centric.

ex: Homan moms who prefer cat over dogs are queens and that's a fact.

Unrelated Kitty Proposal:
As a third installment of the fluffy take over, I would like to get your opinion on a "woman of the month" serie.
The goal would be to have a post focused on one queen of the k-industry.
We would need a part based off facts: bio, debut, achievements...
And a part more personal to the writer of the post: dream comeback, dream concept, dream album, hidden gems (b-sides no one talks about)...

Names like BoA or Uhm jung Hwa come to mind. But also LE or Hyolyn
I realize this is a lot of work but if you're interested in writing a post like that PM me.

PS: I might have nine lives but my inbox doesn't, so I'll turn off the notifications. Sorry >.<

scionofawhisper 20th-Mar-2019 08:24 pm (UTC)
"I do not see any downsides to the global domination of a genre that gives me bops and visuals and serves choreo."

tbh, the normalization of plastic surgery kind of scares me with kpop's rise. It seems like a band-aid for deeper psychological problems to me, best healed not by a doctor's scalpel... Kpop seems to spread a really unhealthy image of women to young girls - most of the girls in kpop are literally starving themselves (but pretending they aren't). Also all idols seem to suffer mistreatment by their companies, an industry that glitters on top but is totally rotted on the inside. Women having their image and concept created by old men around a meeting table to be healthy porn for men... idk. The rise of kpop kinda scares me.

Whoops, this was supposed to be a fluff thread wasn't it, lmao. I need to take my bitter, jaded ass out.
rainstormraider 21st-Mar-2019 03:24 pm (UTC)
I feel like that’s not a K-Pop specific problem though. Every time you turn on the TV, look at an ad on the subway or a million other ways women get attacked for how they look, it’s obvious that surface perfection is a disturbing concept.

So I don’t think it can be laid at the feet of K-Pop. But you’re right, it is a major concern in the entertainment industry.
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