From birth we’re taught that we’re owed a beautiful girl. We all think of ourselves as the hero of our own story, and we all (whether we admit it or not) think we’re heroes for just getting through our day.
So it’s very frustrating, and I mean frustrating to the point of violence, when we don’t get what we’re owed. A contract has been broken. These women, by exercising their own choices, are denying it to us. It’s why every Nice Guy is shocked to find that buying gifts for a girl and doing her favors won’t win him sex. It’s why we go to “slut” and “whore” as our default insults — we’re not mad that women enjoy sex. We’re mad that women are distributing to other people the sex that they owed us.
Yes, the women in these stories are being portrayed as wonderful and beautiful and perfect. But remember, there are two ways to dehumanize someone: by dismissing them, and by idolizing them."
# I DO WANT THESE
# Arrested Development
# hailee steinfeld
# WOW RUDE
# why weren't you katnisssssss
I don’t really get what Welcome to Sanditon is even supposed to be about?
idk a lot of roleplay twitter handles popped up after the launch and I guess the producers decided it’d be neat to involve some of that in the main plotline. kinda loses focus though when Sanditon has people with British accents and beaches accented with palm trees.
also the fact that everyone in sanditon seems to be a teenage girl
# mad men
# i love you awesome nerds
# star trek
# zachary quinto
# chris pine
# game of thrones
# this looks like a painting
# yo is it weird to be attracted to peter dinklage