Gin no Saji Promo
Okay so this is just a huge pet peeve of mine pertaining to the spelling of Munakata’s first name. I have seen a lot of people spell his first name as “Reisi” instead of “Reishi”.
In Japanese there is no such thing as the character “si”. The character ‘シ’ (in kana) and ‘し’ in hiragana are pronounced like the English word “She” and is normally written “shi” using the romaji. Sometimes it is written as “si” way in romaji. However, due to our pronunciation it won’t be correct phonetically. “Si” in English is phonetically equivalent to the word “See” and “Shi” in Japanese is equivalent to “She”. So in order to avoid the mistake, I highly suggest spelling Munakata’s first name “ReiSHI” not “Reisi”.
I bring this up to avoid mispronunciation which is, incidentally, another huge pet peeve of mine.
All official material spell his name as “Reisi,” and while it might just be a misunderstanding on GoRA’s part of English spellings, it is still the official/canon spelling, which is why most people use it.
So he’s literally growing a seed on a new horizon.
…this still tells us absolutely nothing.
Today is the 10 year anniversary of when Akt. 26 was broadcast in Japan! (Thanks to cckh on Deviant Art for notifying us about this!)
They’re calling it “10th Anniversary of the Happy Ending” and asked if other fans would like to take part in it/do something for it.
So here is my contribution to the day: Fakir and Ahiru spending a quiet, contented day overlooking the lake.
- Women are not allowed to express themselves sexually without being scrutinized by other men AND women.
- Slut-shaming contributes to rape culture, where it is okay to rape a woman because she was ‘asking for it’.
- It promotes grrrl hate, which is completely detrimental to the feminist movement and only creates more internal sexism.
- The message it is sending to girls is: sex is bad. Sex can never be good. And having sex more than once is the worst thing you can do and everyone is going to hate you for it.
- The message it is sending to men: girls who have sex are sluts. If you come in contact with one of these so called “sluts” you can do whatever you want to them because they are not full, whole human beings. Just objects.
- Slut-shaming is in itself an objectification of women’s bodies. Of their sexuality.
With all that said, if you slut-shame I’ll call you out on it. WE will call you out on it. It’s not funny, it’s not cool and it is certainly not feminist to slut-shame.
fuck this. i hate sluts of both genders. not just girls. i’ll slut-shame anybody that i damn well please, thank you very much. if you can’t keep your legs closed or your pants up, i don’t respect you, and you clearly don’t respect yourself. end of story.
as if the word slut can be attributed to both genders
ugh get over yourself, pleeeeeeease.
things slut shamers really need to understand:
1. i do not give a single fuck whether you respect me or not. the point is not to gain your respect. the point is to dismantle a system that justifies and encourages violence against women by policing and denouncing female sexuality.
2. strangers can and do have sex with each other. if you don’t like that idea, then don’t have sex with strangers. MORALITY IS SUBJECTIVE.
3. i do not need to respect someone to fuck them.
4. my sex life has nothing to do with how much self respect i have. except maybe that as my self esteem grows, i am more comfortable doing pretty much anything sexually. U MAD?
5. even if i had no self respect at all, THAT’S NOT YOUR FUCKING BUSINESS.
6. the amount of respect someone has for themselves should not impact whether you respect them or not. think about that for a second.
7. the word ‘slut’ does not have a single definition. you might define it in a very specific way in a weak attempt to justify slut shaming. guess what? it’s still bullshit.
8. other people’s sex lives are none of your business. PERIOD.
9. your slut shaming is pathetic, misogynist, sexist, and makes you a total asshole. no exceptions. keep that shit to yourself.