"There was a gay parade in Sinchon recently. As I saw the rallies that were held against it, I thought, man. I’m a Christian believer and I’m not a homosexual, but I wish the issue over homosexuals would go beyond the surface. When I say this to people around me, they say, if you’re like that, your child is going to become gay. Why do they think like that when being gay isn’t some infectious disease? Anyway, because I honestly think that it’s possible that my child could be born gay, I hope that the stories of sexual minorities keep getting mentioned. Because I want my child to confidently love whomever, wherever s/he wants. In my opinion, because our society stands side-by-side, they can’t seem to stand it when somebody departs from that line. It’s not like that’s cutting in line. Ah, I think this is something that’s going to bring about hate for me. I’m not trying to attack anybody, but so many people say that my words are an attack.”
Translation credit: kim dongwan tumblr (September 2014)
This is why Dongwan is my bias in Shinhwa!!! He may have been raised in a closed-minded society but he still tries to educate himself and learn about the struggles of others. Despite being taught by his religion that homosexuality is wrong, he doesn’t close his eyes to how gay people are treated so poorly in Korea and wants them to be able to live (and love) freely <3
Imagine Koujaku buying a video camera to document Sly. Aoba’s started to get really frustrated about not knowing what happens while Sly is out, and Koujaku starts videotaping everything Sly does to “fix their communication problem.” He starts following Sly around all over the house making little home movies, not even letting him eat without shoving a camera in his face and asking if he wants to say anything to Aoba.
Sly loses it within a week and smashes the camera
some1: (makes fun of a guy)
me: LMAO IKR!!
some1: (makes fun of a girl)