I hope that people who rightly called out Blurred Lines for being sexist and demeaning will see that 50 Shades of Grey is the same thing in book and film form. This book promotes the idea that women needed to be emotionally and physically abused into submission. It claims this abuse is liberating for women because women do not know what they want from life. It promotes hurting people emotionally and physically as “love” and if you disagree with that you are backwards or joyless. As a woman I am so tired of being told by popular culture that my ideals of sexuality being something that should be contacted with selfless love and fidelity is outdated and immature. That it’s bad that I have standards and all men are just crazed dogs looking for one thing (which is demeaning to man). A real man respects “no” as no and does not guilt his beloved into sex. I hope this film tanks at the box office like Robin Thicke did at the Grammys.
I love her face. She is not what I would call “conventionally beautiful”; the women I see in fashion mags and adverts look nothing like her, even if they are African-American. But she is stunning because of hoe she carries herself. I read both strength and vulnerability in her face. Anger and hope. “Come here. Go away.”
Question. Witches tonight?
. . . I'm sorry?
Witches? What time are witches?
. . . ??
In the sky
Frankenstein enters into a body building competition and finds he has seriously misunderstood the objective