With Pride Month have just ended, I’ve found myself reflecting on my coming out story. It was nothing spectacular. The first time I said out loud that I was a bisexual woman, it was in my high school’s LGBTQ+ club. My close friend was in the room and gave me one of the best hugs I’ve ever received in my life at the end of the meeting. It was a proud moment for me, one that set me out to be more loud about who I am. Fast forward to today, about eight years later, and I can’t help but smile at the progress I’ve made. I’ve since realized in the past two years that it’s more accurate for me to say I’m pansexual. This actually marks the first time I’m “officially” saying I prefer pansexual to bisexual, so maybe this is another small coming out I’ve finally done.
I’ve realized at this point in my life that BTS’s music will rarely disappoint me. Recently, BTS released a Japanese single, “Stay Gold”. I had high expectations for this one going in. Though BTS is a South Korean group, their Japanese originals are some of my favorite songs they’ve done. “Don’t Leave Me”, “Let Go”, and my personal favorite “Crystal Snow” are incredible tracks. Seeing that BTS has done another Japanese song feels like a treat during the stressful times we’re in right now.
I’ve never seen an anime that kept me so on the edge of my seat. I would go to bed some nights and have to avoid looking in the dark corners of my room, scared to see a serial killer.
It’s been a little over a year since TXT made their debut on the K-pop scene, and they’ve just released their third album, The Dream Chapter: Eternity. In just a year, they’ve grown so much, with this album having a little bit of a darker feel than their previous two albums. It’s a little bit of a switch-up of their style and it’s such a welcome change! They’ve evolved quickly, and this album is a great preview of the different changes TXT will experiment with in their music.
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The most ethereal place in the world is Santorini, Greece. It has everything I want right now: breathtaking sunsets, a salty sea breeze, and white stone buildings with bright blue rooftops. If there was anywhere in the world where I could just stand outside and take a deep breath, it would be Santorini.