This is a short post about sexualising Blackpink’s Jennie in a nurse outfit for 15 minutes. If you’re interested in sexualising Blackpink’s Jennie in a nurse outfit for 15 minutes, then this is the post for you!
Let’s start with some important backstory. Blackpink released their song and video for “Lovesick Girls” recently. Obviously being from one of the most popular groups in k-pop right now, the song clocked up many views in a short period of time and broke some records of some sort and blah blah blah, I’m sure someone else wrote about it somewhere.
Of course the appearance of any new and popular Blackpink content greatly upsets fans of other k-pop groups who are not Blackpink. These strange and very bored folks always go around hunting for “problematic things” in whatever new Blackpink content appears, in the hope that they can stop Blackpink’s exponential rise in popularity. In this case, these strange anti-fans felt that the scene where Jennie is in a nurse outfit is “too sexual” because “nurses shouldn’t be sexualised” or “we must take nurses seriously at all times because of COVID and never think the bad thoughts” or something.
Yes these fans are so willing to shit on Blackpink that they’ll conveniently ignore all the important cultural lessons that their own porn collections ever taught them. I was sure that YG, being a smart agency full of clever people, would ignore this pointlessness. How wrong was I?
I guess that YG are just so keen to avoid any controversy at all post rapey-Seungri-pimp-times that they’re now willing to drop everything and lick the assholes of some 13 year old BTS fans who can’t handle any group that is not BTS getting any shine, especially one with smelly girls in it. Yeah sure eventually the Korean Doctors Who Suck Dick Association or whatever got upset about it too, but you can bet it was crazy concern-trolling fans who started the ball rolling. After all if people are really that concerned, where was the outrage in 2014? Despite the earnest claims that Blackpink are doing some hazily-specified harm to nursing as a profession, even the most feminist-friendly k-pop writers had absolutely nothing bad to say about the nurse outfits in Girls’ Generation’s “Mr Mr”. It’s amazing how confirmation bias makes people only look for “problematic things” when it suits them.
Fortunately Kpopalypse readers are much more mature than that, and I’m sure you would all be very interested in continuing to sexualise nurses as much as possible. After all one day we’re all going to probably be in a hospital bed staring at a ceiling while dying of the 2056 terminal ass cancer pandemic, at that point if you can’t appreciate some nurse gently removing the crusties from your genitals with a warm sponge you’ll be missing out on one of the last great pleasures in life you’ll ever experience before you pass away. All the more so if the nurse looks like Jennie (or Wonho – remember men are nurses too). So please relax to this video that I made especially for you, of just the soon-to-be-deleted nurse scene in “Lovesick Girls”, playing at half speed in a loop for 15 minutes, which should be enough time for you to utilise it for sexualisation purposes.
Note that while the video is mostly silent, there is some subtle ASMR content in this video which appears at regular intervals to help your sexualisation along. Please turn the volume up loud so you can hear and fully appreciate this content. Anyway, that’s all for this post, Kpopalypse shall return!