This fandom seriously needs a doctor. Don’t blame it on whoever made this, you would all do it if you came up with it. My thoughts are ~ why didn’t I think of this
What do you have to do to participate in the video? It’s very simple!
You can send to our pages a picture with DIAURA’s stuff, like an image of yourself using a t-shirt of them, showing the CD’s you’ve got, fanarts that you had drawn, etc. In this pic you must include the phrase “Happy birthday, Yo-ka” in japanase [お誕生日おめでとうYo-kaさん] and also your country name at the bottom of it.
Make sure your picture has a minimum of 640x480 pixels and the highest quality as possible. We will be getting material until October 26th.
Also we are thinking to set a date and time for the various countries so that we can send our greetings to Yo-ka concurrently; For this we’ll create a timetable with the corresponding hours that we’ll be communicating later and/or you’ll be able to ask for it to the Street Teams; The main idea is to start tweeting all together from 8 am onwards on October 31st (Japanese time) with the hashtag #HBMyMaster
We must clarify that our goal is not to reach a trending topic (although if we get it, better), so it would be ideal to send only one tweet per person, with the hashtag included, to our singer (@DIAURA_yo_ka), so that we can avoid any spam or nuisances this might generate. The messages must be written preferentially in Japanese with your country name included, in order to maximize the impact of the band’s international support. For this one you could write, for example: “お誕生日おめでとうございますYo-kaさん.[country]からのご挨拶" Which means “Happy birthday, Yo-ka! Greetings from [country]”.You can send your pictures to any of these STs through private message on Facebook:
BABY, THE STARS SHINE BRIGHT ALICE and the PIRATES
omg oni so pretty T__T
So I was watching this, because Venus Angelic shared it on facebook and this particular part really broke my heart.
Emily (or Luna as she calls her doll personality) says in this programme that she feels more confident and that she loves herself more when she dresses up as a doll (in cute clothes, lots of the outfits that were shown in the episode were less exteme than the one she’s wearing for this confrontation with her stepmother).
And when she wants to share this with her family, they look at her as if she was a freak. That is not okay. It’s okay for them to think: “Wow, that looks different” or even “This is not my particular style and I do not like this look.” but saying to your daughter/step daughter or even a fucking friend that you want to see the “beautiful” version of them by stripping them of what makes them confident (in this case Luna’s wig) is not fucking okay.
I know this is coming as something that doesn’t match my blog at all, but I really can’t stress enough that dolly girls and boys mostly don’t dress up for you to judge, but for us to have confidence and feel beautiful, which Luna obviously does when she’s in her wig and lashes.
This is a creative outlet. Nobody says “Can you stop painting so we can see the real you?” or “Can you stop playing football so we can see the real you?”
Gosufhsh this just makes me frustrated and I’m happy TLC actually for once made the “weird one” look in the right. This programme could have been made very differently and I think it’s a great showcase of some of the beautiful dolly people that live among us - they even got a boy in there, which is something I’ve personally never seen before!
well, I would say most of it was fabricated TV-drama, my sis worked for a program like this and she said they push the actors to get at each other, BUT the message IS important and impressed me too.
EXACT REACTION OMG
omfg 267% accurate