i’m on tumblr, the only thing that’s going to hurt me is that i don’t know anything about gantz.
a) not being addressed in the third person.
b) last week i was served twelve mini hot dogs with hot dog sauce by a guy with a black eye. i could feel deeply, if passingly, that there was nothing wrong at that time.
yes definitely! i have short legs and i smell bad and you need a license to own me.
so let’s start here, with a definition:
so now i’m going to say that no, i am not a feminist, i believe that i personally should not have a say in our government, i should have restricted social freedoms, and i shouldn’t have access to or control over money, on the basis that i have a vagina. is that about what you expected me to say? is that really like a pretty satisfying answer that seemed to you to be a realistic option?
sigh. i mean, i realize that anti-feminist thought USUALLY involves, for instance, keeping clinton out of the white house because she might have PMS one day and start a holocaust. but, a) you KNOW anon is asking about an underground hoard of hairy pierced and tatted mongoloids who chop dicks off and paint their exploits in period blood on their cave walls, and b) you know anon ALSO believes in women’s rights like abortion because he definitely thinks some chick is going to give him the chance to knock her up some day, after his balls drop.
Oh god, THIS question. No, Harris believes that unlike men, women shouldn’t be allowed to vote, drive, read, write or have jobs, and that if a woman is upset, it’s because her uterus is wandering untethered all over the inside of her body. You understand that that’s the “no” answer to being a feminist, right? Or else, gimme your dictionary if it says that feminism is DIFFERENT from the belief in equal rights between the sexes. You’ve seen a dictionary before, right?
I’m pretty transient at heart but my relationship and my job are here, so this is it for the foreseeable future.
i watched THE PUNK SINGER a couple times and really loved it. i didn’t come up on that music, even though i like a lot of it, but i’d always been kind of skeptical of (what i knew about) riot grrrl until i saw that movie. specifically, i found the lolita-ish fashions and sexual affections kind of suspicious — like, we’re supposed to be escaping from shady patriarchal sexual ideas, aren’t we, why are we up in these babydoll dresses and pigtails and shit?
i knew that there were lots of responses to that question — that it’s ironic, that celebrating your sexiness for your own satisfaction is as important as liberating yourself from the obligation to be sexy, etc — but i never really got any satisfaction until i saw THE PUNK SINGER. i wish i could remember who says this, but i really liked this comment about how a lot of participators in riot grrrl had had their childhood co-opted, either by oppressive social standards or by actual sexual exploitation, so this little girl-oriented pageantry was sort of about reclaiming what was lost.
oh my god that’s a really good question but there’s only one good answer
cause of my bodacious knockers?
I promise, you can be creepy no matter WHAT’s in your pants.
i always thought “hugh jackman” sounded like a phone prank name.
more and more fun experimenting with the ignore function on tumblr! seriously, if you would like to be blocked, now is an excellent time to say something so gag-inducing that you will never have to decide whether or not to look at my low-grade blog again. but seriously, who is this even about? why would i want to be a person who wrote a book about neil gaiman?