Dias is fucked.
I mean the fangirl articles were wild and everywhere back in April/May ‘13 but they’re far and few in between now. Why so stressed? Chillll lol. Block who you don’t like and follow who you do.
Some of yall never shut up about this fangirl shit, huh?
Newsflash: no one gives a shit except for a few dedicated fucks on twitter and tumblr, but who’s checking for them? I’m not. (And no I’m not talking about the people that were actually affected, I mean the ones that just come on here to call us fangirls day in and day out and make shitty jokes )
Shit, I mean I wasn’t aware posting gifs or pictures was consider fangirl behavior now.
Call me when the Constitution of Free Jahar is finished so I know exactly what rules to follow, almighty rulers
At 15, Israil Mirzakhanov was at a crossroads: He could stay home in the Caucasus region, where several of his friends already had been taken from their homes and had turned up dead in the street….
One more good read.
Here’s the post that I got the link to that article from if you would like to read up some more:
Long time no see, everybody! I was going around on Tumblr a bit and found where someone was discussing white privilege (or a lack of it) when it comes to people from Caucaus and I found this article linked. It’s a very interesting read. Seeing as how we’ve had some…heated debates surrounding this…
Thank you for sharing this! I can’t wait to read it later. I’m chaperoning a school field trip now but again, thank you.
Don’t let the kids drive you too mad haha :)
Long time no see, everybody! I was going around on Tumblr a bit and found where someone was discussing white privilege (or a lack of it) when it comes to people from Caucaus and I found this article linked. It’s a very interesting read. Seeing as how we’ve had some…heated debates surrounding this topic before, I thought it would be nice to share with you all.
I am black and for me it’s very hard for me to imagine that Chechens would even be discriminated against because they all just look white to me. But I guess that goes to show you that everything isn’t so black and white.
"The first time I heard a Russian call a person from the Caucasus a “black ass” I was dumbfounded. Looking at my pale-skinned Chechen friends, I would be inclined to laugh at the term if it wasn’t such an obvious symptom of the xenophobia in Russian society. In the West, Caucasian means white person, but in Russia, being Caucasian makes you a target for rampant racial discrimination."