♥ hi im milky ♥
13 - they/them - goddess
Anonymous asked: why can't i kin outside of my race?
Because race is an integral part of a person's identity, especially if they are nonwhite. It influences each and every aspect of their life.
By saying you're kin with/ID as a character who is a person of color when you are white yourself, you are implying that you can separate characters from their race, that all our lived experiences and struggles that come with being a particular race can be dismissed as immaterial without changing who we are. This is racist. You are erasing our experiences with race and appropriating our identity without ever having to experience all the pain that comes with it.
"I am not hurting anyone by being kin/id outside my race, it's a simple coping mechanism!"
#kin - 7.29.14
MARINA AND THE DIAMONDS IS PROBLEMATIC
Anonymous asked: isn't your girlfriend eighteen...
reminder that if you say the words "st***d" or "id**t" you are ableist and you're not welcome! ♥