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There’s two types of anger one is dry and the other wet and basically wet anger is when your eyes water and your voice shakes and I hate that cause I feel weak when I’m crying while angry I like dry anger when your face is like stone and your voice is sharp I guess wet anger shows that you care too much and dry anger means you’re done.
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This is a psa to those who are planning to watch the Animation of the trending horror manga Tokyo Kushu, Tokyo Ghoul. It is important to realize that both the manga and anime have graphic elements. These elements are not only gore, blood, all that body horror but what has been brought to my attention is the vomiting scenes. I know this may sound small, but this issue is and will be huge to those with eating disorders, mental instability, and those who have gone through hospitalization in association to self harm and/or suicide. Being a member of Tumblr for a while I have also interacted with people in similar situations. This anime may trigger many of those who have gone through such situations.
For example, so far I did not expect the vomiting scenes to be that surreal. It was quite an uncomfortable experience for me who has had her share of people with eating disorders. I myself do not have an eating disorder, but I have been hospitalized for suicidal ideation and the likes so if a person with no eating disorder whatsoever is pushed to the edge by such scenes, then what about those who have them? It is a great thing to consider that many people here on Tumblr have such issues. They have issues that need to be addressed and taken seriously. Yes I am aware that it is mere animation, but it is designed to feel real nonetheless.
The blood content, the gore, the body horror will most likely trigger those who have PTSD or have dealt with self harm. The vomiting/binging scenes will also most likely trigger those who are recovering, currently, and have struggled with eating disorders most common like bulimia and anorexia. I am not doing this for the follows, or the notes, or the likes. None of those matter if someone’s life and well being is at stake. It is my utter and most wholesome concern and that people are able to enjoy what they want to without putting their mental, emotional, or physical health on the line.
Please signal boost this and enjoy your time with Tokyo Ghoul.If i missed any other important topics, please feel free to add them in. The more awareness is raised, the more people we help.
The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014, dir. Wes Anderson)