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  • built-for-longing
    18.10.2021 - 27 minutes ago

    finding out jeong sun ah studied in China for a bit makes me happy fhdkdjdjdd

    pspspsps sun ah I’ll be ur Chinese study buddy !!!!!

    #no I’m rlly glad to hear ppl being interested in chinese language/culture tho #sun ah I’ll gladly be ur Chinese friend 😤😤
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  • nbvethbrenatto
    18.10.2021 - 27 minutes ago

    moodboard: trans lesbian jenny humphrey

    #jenny humphrey#gossip girl#gossipgirledit #gossip girl edit #ggedit#my moodboards #jenny at first jusg being gla to be able to war the female unifmr and actually interact witht ehi female culture she #has like watched and envied from afar #and then u have her sepreate to have more and be further up #and then rebelling agiant it finding truly what fashion cna do for her in being fem and female but beign herself #adn saying fuck what everyone says i have to be to be female #and just... trans jenny !!! gOD literally every version of trans jenny is so good and interesting #also i just love jenny ok #tbh its kinda rude i havent rly attempted to write anythign for jenny since my jenny/nate fic like three of four years ago #but like thats a ttally differnt era of gossip girl appreication lol
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  • heyampiita
    18.10.2021 - 28 minutes ago

    Hometown Cha Cha Cha: My Two Most Favorite Topics

    A romantic-comedy drama series about a dentist who decided to put up her clinic in the countryside and a jack of all trades guy who uses his abilities to help the people of his town. It’s a feel-good series. It simply shows how good the world we live in and that we should not be afraid to be generous to it.

    Collectivism vs. Indvidualism

    For the first five episodes, I realized that the main protagonists represent the kind of societies they come from. The book of Soo Hyun Kim, I Decided to Live as Me, has been helpful to this realization because it gives a glimpse of how Korean society works in general.

    Hye-jin represents the present society in Korea— they work in numbers. Everything she does is calculated — the distance she put between herself and other people and the amount of money she pays to buy happiness or to void frustration. Also, she cares about social ranking, educational and family background, status before she accepts a person in her circle. Though Korea follows collectivist society like Japan, meaning, they prioritize the needs, wants and goals of a group over onself; Hye-jin follows individualism which views individuals as independent and able to succeed by themselves. On the first few episodes, it’s evident how she refuses to get herself involve with her neighbors and would like to keep things professional.

    On the other hand, we have Chief Hong, the total opposite of Hye-jin. I think what appeals to the viewers is how Chief Hong lives. It is bold of him to live carefree in a growing competitive world, yet ideal. Who does not want to feel content with the minimum? Who does not want to live by the beach and be satisfied living a simple life? But then, even though we admire the kind of life he has, realistically speaking, we are in a modern world that lives in social media— to impress other people with our lifestyle and make us seem happy is our purpose. Sad but true.

    Chief Hong follows the collectivist society. He cares about the community so much that he does a lot of work to help. It was also shown in the second episode that he listens to what other people say when he asks Hye-jin to change her workout outfit since it bothers the old neighbors. I also think his actions to help Hye-jin to gain their neighbors' trust after accidentally letting them hear how she thinks of the community — nosy, crosses boundaries, overshares— is for the neighborhood and not for the dentist. The first episode mentioned that their town does not have a dentist, so if the cold treatment continues, the clinic will close, and they have to drive 30 minutes to get to the nearest dental clinic, which is a hassle for everyone.

    Family Background and Upbringing

    Before entering a relationship, we think about our partner’s family background. Our parents also see to it that the person we’ll be romantically entangled with is decent based on social status and background. This is reasonable because one’s behavior is mainly based on what kind of family they have. I know it is unfair to judge people. Still, it is also according to studies that most persons have difficulties in relationships if they grew in a chaotic family or have missing family member/s. They tend to have hardship in keeping a relationship. It is not their fault. However, for me, it is only understandable if the person does not know how to navigate their life yet, meaning the person is not at a legal age yet to make decisions.

    Chief Hong grew without his parents, but he grew up getting a lot of love from his grandfather and his neighbors. Because of this, he did not feel that something was lacking in his life. With Hye-jin, she grew up without a mother, which is difficult for a daughter, but it did not hinder her from being a good person. It’s because of how she kept the love she received from her mother when she was still alive. What I am trying to say is, family background is important, but it’s more important to know someone’s upbringing and how the person is dealing with what they do not have based on their behaviors.

    I want to add; I admire Hwa-jeong and Young-guk’s parenting style. In the series, we see how I-jun is a perfect child, but let’s also appreciate how he grew up like this. Hwa-jeong and Young-guk do not treat their child as a kid, which is why he is mature. They make sure that he is heard and his opinion is respected. They taught I-jun that hard work is much significant and appreciated in every task done, and getting a reward is just a bonus. Observing his parents' work, I-jun also becomes an empathetic child. And most importantly, their household has open communication. Hwa-jeong and Young-guk explain things to him in a way that is easily understood. And they include him in the decision-making.

    #hometown cha cha cha #korean drama #society and culture #parenting#thinking
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  • writing-culture-is
    18.10.2021 - 32 minutes ago

    Writing culture is learning to disguise your diary by writing it in the form of a fictional story so no one suspects anything.

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  • theironclad
    18.10.2021 - 41 minutes ago

    I want it known that whenever I am forced to read the word “Fae” I have an immediate negative reaction that cannot be described but involved me screeching and breaking out in hives

    #fae#faerycore #Fucking WASP chicks fetishizing Irish culture #Go away your parents wanted to kill us #Fuck you
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  • ipeggiocasini
    18.10.2021 - 42 minutes ago


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  • marcidemoda-ro
    18.10.2021 - 48 minutes ago

    European Culture


    European Culture
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  • depressioncultureis
    18.10.2021 - 49 minutes ago
    #not depression culture
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  • ibiasjaehyun
    18.10.2021 - 50 minutes ago

    i genuinely dislike my life and being, but when i watch videos of or look at Jung Jaehyun i seem to forget all my troubles and the troubles around me. i know it's not really a good thing but i have no friends, no lover, nor really any family to talk to

    #jung jaehyun#jung yoonoh#nct jaehyun #neo culture technology #real talk #irrelevant things no one cares about
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  • bfrb-culture-is
    18.10.2021 - 1 hour ago
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  • plural-questioning-culture-is
    18.10.2021 - 1 hour ago
    #plural questioning culture #plural questioning culture is #plural questioning#pluralquestioning#plural#plurality#pluralgang#plural community
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  • the-voice-of-night-vale
    18.10.2021 - 1 hour ago
    #the answer is yes #altho i uh. hate the usage of ''cancel'' here seeing as i do not have the sway to ''cancel'' someone and also cancel culture #literally does not exist #anyway#ask#answer#anon
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  • deputy-ajay-ghale
    18.10.2021 - 1 hour ago

    I really appreciate Hell Fest normalizing young adults being sexually active. Horror movies are among the worst in the genre for stigmatizing sex and young people, especially where a female protagonist is concerned.

    So I love that the script doesn’t involve making Natalie a virtuous college girl too busy to get dicked down. Even Taylor doesn’t make a comment about Natalie’s sex life. Natalie doesn’t have Purity Armor protecting her from the Other.

    It’s brought up indirectly that Natalie wants to go to the Bone Zone with Gavin, that she’d be down to sit on his face, and it’s shown she’s capable of making out without a “you’re my first kiss, I don’t know how to lick the roof of your mouth and tug on your bottom lip between my teeth 🥺👉🏻👈🏻” crap.

    #this is all to say that while horror tropes have a place in modern movies we don’t Need the Virgin Pure Heroine #I also hate purity culture in regards to female protagonists and the plot #hell fest 2018 #hell fest#Natalie#original post
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  • plural-culture-is
    18.10.2021 - 1 hour ago
    #plural culture is #plural culture#actuallyplural #physically disabled plural culture #plural system#plurality#anonymous
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  • ndcultureis
    18.10.2021 - 1 hour ago

    Here's another round of neurodivergent related and other culture blogs that have tagged us for y'all to check out if you want!!

    @depressioncultureis @tongue-tie-culture-is @host-culture-is @aroace-autie-culture-is @latine-culture-is and @yourautisticfaves

    #Not nd culture is #Not nd culture #Mod Emri #tbh I'm not certain I didn't miss some so I apologize for any I might have skipped lol /gen
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