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Screaming obscenities at a world going by, one day at a time.

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wet—kitty:

no one will ever understand the deep fucking connection I have with this film

For real though

John Hughes was the king of cinema for generations of teenagers.

Such an important film.  There hasn’t been a coming-of-age film like it since.  Truly.  It’s a lost genre.  Also an incredible soundtrack full of great music from its era.

Oh, fuck off. 90s folks had Clueless and Can’t Hardly Wait, millenials have Easy A and The Perks Of Being A Wallflower. We just had better quality rite of passage movies in the 80s. It’s not a forgotten genre as much as the masters died and no suitable replacements rose up so instead we got Road Trip, American Pie etc in the place of Weird Science, Pretty In Pink, St Elmo’s Fire and The Breakfast Club. 

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chadleymacguff:

that is the most relevant thing Rita Ora has done with her career

Well that’s highly inappropriate.

-Liv

And rude. 

"He just won an award and instead of appreciating his talent and listening to what he has to say, I’m going to tear off his shirt because I want to stare at his body, which is way more important!" 

But this happens to women on a daily basis!

Oh, no it doesn’t. Women don’t get their clothes torn off after they’ve won an award. Wardrobe malfunction, yes; inappropriate slightly sexist jokes, yes: but, THIS HAS NEVER FUCKING HAPPENED TO A WOMAN, THIS INSTANCE HERE.

-Liv

Are there even ways to rip off a woman’s clothing without exposing some part of her that’s considered inappropriate?

Well one shouldn’t be ripping off a woman’s clothing unless it’s consensual and in the privacy of one’s home.

-Liv

But can you do that. Because if the point to be made is that this doesn’t happen to women, you also have to take into account that women’s bodies are viewed differently. Even if he’d exposed his own chest, the reaction would have been different if he was female.

Yeah it would have been, “don’t objectify me”, “this is my private body”, “omg embarrassment—depending on the actress—” 

Not, “oh this is happening…all right, I guess the shrieking fans want it. OBJECTIFY ME.”

-Liv

Well, a woman would have the option to go with the latter if she wanted to (which some have)…? Just like he could have reacted with the former if he wanted to. Instead, he chose to take his shirt off.

Anyway, the thing is that the female body is viewed differently when bared in public situations than the male body is. The “female” reactions you gave have been used in the cases of wardrobe malfunctions, which were considered big deals only because what was seen is considered something that shouldn’t be viewed in public. I don’t know why, but lady pecs frighten the people. If Justin Timberlake had a breast plate and it fell off, it would have just been a wardrobe malfunction and there would have been no scandal. Because he’s doesn’t have a female chest.

Since the female body is regarded differently and in the way that it is, it only makes sense that this hasn’t happened to a woman onstage. It’s okay to view a man’s chest, so baring it is going to be that much more acceptable than doing it to a woman.

But you know what isn’t acceptable? 

Just going up to someone and taking their clothes off. 

"But it’s okay for men to show their chests in public!" isn’t a good argument against this, cause it’s still like, "That’s not the problem here, the problem is you undressing another person in public possibly without their consent."

He could have said no, you’re right, he did choose. But, why was he forced to make that choice in the first place when his female co-stars wouldn’t have been.

-Liv

THIS HAS NEVER FUCKING HAPPENED TO A WOMAN, THIS INSTANCE HERE.”

That’s what this is about.

Yes, and because the female body is seen as more of a sexual one than the male body, this specific instance of an opposite sexed co-host coming up to someone and just removing their garments to the cheers of fans both in house and at home, that. That has never happened. 

And see, the problem here is that you think that the female body being more sexualized is a bigger problem than this guy just getting his clothes taken off and no one having a problem with it. That’s the problem here.

-Liv

To the first statement. Exactly. No one is going to do that because what’s underneath a woman’s top is seen as unacceptable to be viewed in public.

To the second thing. Point out to me where I said that, please. Please, please, please. I am begging you to point out where I said that AT ALL.

You haven’t said it in so many words, but you keep repeating the fact that this wouldn’t happen to women because their bodies are more sexualized. You started this conversation with that, and it’s been a running theme throughout your responses, whereas my running theme has been, “Yes, but taking people’s clothes off, regardless of whether it’s societally acceptable or not for one gender or another, is wrong.”

I don’t care that this technically doesn’t matter, I don’t care that it’s just his fucking chest—and a nice one at that—what I care about is that it shouldn’t be acceptable to do that to someone just because, “Oh, it’s just his chest.”

-Liv

Did you ever stop to think that maybe it was a running theme because that’s what I was talking about, nothing more, nothing less? Not even when I pointed out that it was in response to you saying it doesn’t happen to female bodies. Because it’s ridiculous to think that a female body is going to be treated the same way in front of such a vast audience when it’s viewed completely differently than the male body is.

Didn’t cross the mind at all? Not even when I pointed out the specific statement I was responding to? Nah? Welp.

Yes, this crossed my mind, and I still can’t believe you’re arguing such a ridiculously moot point in the face of something actually wrong. 

Like why do you feel the need to just present this as an argument to literally nothing. We know that women’s bodies are treated differently; they’re treated respectfully in public among peers and with fans and what not. That’s the point here. 

You can complain about advertisements; still choices that ad companies and the models make. You can complain about the over-sexualization of the female breasts in general—it’s ridiculous and silly, agreed. 

But why are you complaining about them HERE when the point is that this man had this happen to him because he is a man and because the male body isn’t respected though it’s still sexualized. She took his shirt off because he’s hot. Women like chests too. 

-Liv

It really wasn’t “arguing,” it just needed to be repeated because you so obviously didn’t get it. You can say you did, though. Although… you literally asked why he was put in a position that a woman wouldn’t have been, despite that my initial response would have been my answer to that.

"We know that women’s bodies are treated differently" Well, obviously not if you thought it fit to point out that female bodies aren’t treated the same.

"You can complain about advertisements," something I’ve never really done, "still choices that ad companies and the models make." Now, that’s interesting. Hyper-sexualized ads with women are choices, but you brushed his choice off as forced. He really could have just let his shirt hang open, but he took it off.

"When the point is that—" Again, this could have been over SO quick if you knew what I was responding to and didn’t make huge mental leaps to draw conclusions about my personal views because of my response to one comment of yours that was silly to begin with because DUH. And to pass it off as a moot point that YOU brought up. Remember, I responded to what you said.

1. When I asked why he was put in that position, I wasn’t looking for a “because men’s bodies are seen differently from women’s and this is socially acceptable,” answer. I was looking for an answer to why this woman thought it was acceptable to just fucking do this to someone in the first place. 

2. Because you thought I apparently didn’t know that. 

3. I know you didn’t do it, but since we’re on the topic of body image and sexualization and objectification, and I didn’t brush off his choice at all, dude:

He could have said no, you’re right, he did choose. But, why was he forced to make that choice in the first place when his female co-stars wouldn’t have been.

Direct quote of what I said!

4. You responded with a silly point:

Are there even ways to rip off a woman’s clothing without exposing some part of her that’s considered inappropriate?

Then I responded with a silly point.

Well one shouldn’t be ripping off a woman’s clothing unless it’s consensual and in the privacy of one’s home.

-Liv

Then you kept going. You. Not me. 

-Liv

LMAO! I am going to freaking suffocate.

That response you gave, of mine, was a response to “THIS HAS NEVER FUCKING HAPPENED TO A WOMAN, THIS INSTANCE HERE.” It wasn’t a point, it was a question. Then, you went off on a different subject than what I was talking about. SO! Yes, I kept going because you didn’t answer the question and evaded the point all together. I attempted to pull it back on topic with, “But can you do that.” And went on to clarify what I was talking about, but whoop there goes reading comprehension forever absent on tumblr, “Because if the point to be made is that this doesn’t happen to women, you also have to take into account that women’s bodies are viewed differently.”

Your first direct quote here is to me saying that he chose to remove his shirt, which I brought up because you forced onto him a defenseless “Oh, alright, objectify me,” persona as if no man (or person period) could like to show off their body, especially when it’s obvious how hard they work for it. It was loaded, leading, and dishonest.

I wasn’t aware that I had to answer all questions posited to me. Also, it kinda sounded snarky and sarcastic, so I assumed it was. My apologies for there not being tone through the internet. I’m not a mind reader.

My summation of his thoughts was not me forcing him as defenseless. I kinda made it clear through the caps locked OBJECTIFY ME! part. It’s just that he was just chilling and this happened, then he rolled with it because the reactions to this versus it happening to a woman are completely different, and this is what people—fans—wanted to see. 

Correct me if I’m wrong, but if I want to see Helena Bonham Carter naked—as do many of her fans—should it then be okay to just go up to her and undress her and hope she rolls with it because it’s okay and the fans want it? 

I already stated numerous times in other asks and responses that this could very well have been staged. It’s the premise of the idea. Not the nudity, that’s the problem.

-Liv

Pfft, Drake did this shit too Rihanna, bitches would have lost their fucking minds. Sexism only counts towards women, didn’t you get the news? With men it’s ironic disempowerment of the patriarchy under false pretenses to demonstrate their knowing abuse of power. When a woman does it, bitches go off like a hen party after doing shots because that shit is cool. No irony required.

Also, seriously, Rita Ora is a fucking piece of shit industry jumpoff that sucked dick to get a deal, she shouldn’t even be in the business but she blew JR Rotem and the rest like Iggy Azalea did to her industry approved come up. Nobody needs to be dealing with her shit. 

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haunthecause:

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I have the same brush but my fucking cat hates it. 

haunthecause:

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I have the same brush but my fucking cat hates it. 

I’m not really here as much. I tried to use this platform for my own benefit but it seems that has not worked out so well. Nothing new really. Met some interesting names and faces but like bad Mexican food most passed through regrettably, have tried to get to know people only to finally get to know them and realise I probably could have better invested my time and money… I think I’ve just got to that point where I deal in the literal and the lateral but people want to keep wishing me well and keep me hoping for the best when the reality is clear once the optimism obscuring subjective analysis evaporates… necessity is all it really amounts to, a need for needs to make sense until they no longer need to, sentiment replaced with selfishness, lies of an underlying logic that only needs to matter when and if it actually matters.

I’ll still be randomly stopping by to post my musings and while a satisfying escapist media toy for the time it has been helpful, I think I am tired of the whole social networking things, online or otherwise. I think perhaps I am best left to accept myself with all my faults, deficits, talents and ticks than bother trying to convince anyone else of my worthiness or good qualities. I’ve done that for enough people for long enough to my detriment. Why sell myself to those who’d undervalue me or discount my efforts? I’d rather just be a private reserve for my own sake and benefit. I really can’t be doing with lowering myself, biting my own tongue and banging my own head in the process, to fit into reductive and compartmentalised mindsets and I am so fucking tired of the “I was so mashed….” EPIC retelling of a boring fucking story that only sounds interesting because your perception was so fucked you’d have wrote a letter to your fucking parents if you’d noticed a functional lamp post. 

I don’t expect many, if any, to notice this but if you do, thanks for that and I hope you have a pleasant day/evening ahead. 

Never been expelled, skinny dipped, streaked or got arrested. I find getting caught by actual authority tends to be the point that leads to any regret. 

Never been expelled, skinny dipped, streaked or got arrested. I find getting caught by actual authority tends to be the point that leads to any regret. 

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All dressed up only to be bailed on right before

rockshowgirl:

My luck

Back to getting comfortable

I just don’t even bother anymore. People call me, they show up or they don’t and I go about my day/plans with or without them. Can’t be dealing with people that can’t even make a deal and keep to it. I’m the only person who is valued and cared for by me the way I want to be, everyone else disappoints or talks a lot of shit without realising they are just as bad as the people they accuse 99% of the time.

So it’s better to go do everything you want when you want and as it suits you, otherwise you’ll just end up feeling bad seeking the attention of people who couldn’t give a shit about you, kind of like yourself and I since the start of the year. Do what you have to do, do what you can, when you can and try no to do any harm but don’t be mad to feel bad by people don’t feel bad about making you feel bad, especially if you only feel bad because you’re chasing after their time and attention while turning away or neglecting the best efforts of others.

You want to drink ditch water with your friends rather than sip from a clear stream because you might have to put in a little extra effort to get better elsewhere alone on a higher ground better suited for you, that’s fine but it’s a choice and the consequential suffering is as well. 

In the last month I’ve had my fair share of people talk the talk and then develop leg cramp when it has came time to walk the walk. I just figure most people are selfish, unexceptional liars with lots of excuses and not enough drive to be honourable, kind, decent or generous. However that is how people are. I could swear to never leave the house again if I tread in some dog poop or I can simply put on my shitkicking workboots, stomp the ground and get to it. 

Build yourself up to be functional for your purposes, not others. Hello, Evel Knievel is basically a legend for being too dumb to say “No!” and too greedy to say “Never again!” but in the end he had his fame and fortune. His infamy and legacy will long outlive the tales of him being an abusive drunkard doing blow while rehabbing from a cracked pelvis. We all want to leave a mark. Some of us want to think we’ll leave a pretty picture, some of us want a sign or a monument, but the majority of us will be like the kissing couples of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, stains on the scenery from where our brief existences once flashed and left something behind, even if just dirt and ash. 

For me, the most ironic token of that moment in history is the plaque signed by President Richard M. Nixon that Apollo 11 took to the Moon. It reads: “We came in peace for all mankind.” As the United States was dropping 7.5 megatons of conventional explosives on small nations in Southeast Asia, we congratulated ourselves on our humanity: We would harm no one on a lifeless rock.

—Carl Sagan (via heythereuniverse)

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blackfashion:

Pharrell Williams covers GQ Magazine April 2014 issue

On Hillary Clinton:
"Let me tell you why Hillary’s going to win. Everywhere you go in this country, you have red and blue. You got the Democrats; you got the Republicans. You got the Bloods; you got the Crips. You know what else is red and blue? Blood. Blood is blue in your body until air hits it, and then it turns red. That means there’s unity. There’s gonna be unity. So when you think about a night where there’s late-night talk-show hosts and it’s mostly women, that’s a different world. Right? A world where 75 percent of the prime ministers and the presidents were women: that’s a different world. That’s gonna happen, and it’s gonna happen when Hillary wins. Because you know what? No matter how staunch of a supporter you are of no-abortion, whatever you are: you’re a woman, and there’s no way in the world you’re going to vote for somebody that’s going to try to tell you what to do with your body. Hillary’s gonna win. Listen, I’m reaching out to her right now. She’s gonna win.”

On the Tea Party:
"The Tea Party guys? The guys with the n***er jokes in 2014? They’re all trying to learn how to do the Dougie. Please. While their daughters are all twerking. Trust me: Miley tells me all the time. Not saying that about Billy Ray, but I’m saying Miley tells me all the time: all those little girls, all those girls with their Republican daddies, they’re twerkin’ somewhere listening to Jay Z and Beyoncé and doin’ the ‘Happy’ dance. And that’s black."

Read the full cover story here.

… blood is always red, light red if oxygenated, dark if deoxygenated. Blood vessels are blue and green. This is why he is a 40 year old man playing keyboards, not doing any med school prep. 

At least he’s being honest about how politics has devolved into little more than self interested territoriality with the East coast bluebloods and the West coast liberals, the Dems and Repubs and Bloods and Crips. Same colours, just different branding and application.

I also hate this pseudo intellectual stoner logic that rich people have. “You realise how blood is red and wine is red, so blood is like wine, so let’s give everyone blood transfusions using bottles of wine!” Synbolism and iconographic key signifiers are not a basis for philosophy. Also I don’t think a filthy rich, well educated, politically involved white blonde woman whose husband she stood beside while he was weakly impeached for jamming a cigar up Monica Lewinsky and get brain on the Oval office before skeeting on her skirt actually needs anymore support, she’s got the old boys club, she’s got the career women, she’s got the stand by your man faithful wives, she’s got the stand by your family values reputation to boot… what’s he going to do, write her a catchy campaign jingle?

"Because it’s HILARY! Clap along if you feel like 4 more year of blue! clap along if you want to know what Mrs Clinton will do for you!"

He’s comparing geofuckingpolitics to late night talk show hosts which is pretty sad in itself but then he’s talking about how Miley Cyrus, who when she had Party In The USA wrote for her by Jessie J, a Londoner who has went onto have some of her own success, admitted on radio at the time she never listened to Jay Z. Now she’s having her version of Britney’s I A Slave 4 U/Christina’s Dirrrty phase and he’s acting like this is brand new?

I admire his body of work but there is a reason he should stay behind the boards and not be bothering UNICEF any time soon. 

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