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#126. Not knowing whether or not my biological mother is alive is strange and somewhat unsettling for me. Wherever she is, I just hope she’s in a good place.
i have made a post like this but here it goes *deep breath*:
TRANSETHNICITY IS A REAL THING IN ADOPTION TERMS.
it is when a child of one ethnicity is adopted by parents of another ethnicity.
white people just hijacked this term from adoptees and are using it for their racist motives. ‘transethnic’ is a real term. you’re just using it wrong.
^Individuals who grasp this simple fact reaaaally shouldn’t be as rare as they are.
my 3 year old sister of indian heritage already hates the way she looks because she doesn’t look like 99% of the white girls in disney/tv/toys and it breaks my fucking heart. she’s 3 fucking years old and shedding genuine tears because she has dark skin and hair and eyes, so dont dare pull a fucking hissy fit when people actually try to be fucking POC inclusive with something as important as children’s media
"but it’s an old EUROPEAN fairy tale" yeah suck my dick
I just want Batman to tell a joke, get laid, feel an emotion, and have an adventure that makes me be like, whoa, I’ve never seen/thought of this kind of thing before.
I can already see the newsarama articles on the fanboy outrage now
Doesn’t DC have a whole “Batman can never sit down” thing, too? Because it makes him less intimidating or something?
"I would like to relay an editorial comment that I received near the end of my time writing the Dark Knight New 52 series. In one scene, I had written that Batman is sitting on a rooftop during an intense conversation, close to a person who has been injured. The editorial comment: "We’re not sure you are "getting" the character because it’s common knowledge that Batman never sits down." This, mind you, after I had made it clear I was not going to rewrite material for the umpteenth time after it had already been approved."
Was the editor Dwight from The Office?
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