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queerpotters:

i just watched the 2005 pride and prejudice FOR THE FIRST TIME and i am UNBELIEVABLY DELICATE ABOUT IT. i didn’t think i had it in me to care about regency era straights but HERE I AM, mascara stained and HIGHLY ATTACHED. when he flexed his hand after touching her i LITERALLY FELT GRAVITY ABANDON ME. 2005 was so long ago what have i been DOING that was MORE IMPORTANT THAN THIS MOVIE? NOTHING

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covenesque:

asfadedasmyjeans:

veruca-assault:

Penn Jillette argues in bad faith to support his own sexism

To summarize, Lindy West wrote a piece making fun of hack Super Bowl commercials and Penn Jillette—who I guess is a big fan of shitty commercials written by hacks?—took issue with her lack of enthusiasm for the comedy stylings of TV ads.
Calling a woman a “cunt” is unlikely to be acceptable in most [ALL] situations, but what was really startling about this was how he went there because she was not impressed by Super Bowl commercials. I mean, what next? Getting irate because there’s an article out there by a lady who thinks maybe that Olive Garden isn’t the best restaurant she ever ate at? It suggests a general distaste for women expressing opinions at all, just pure outrage that lady mouths are open for anything but admitting the presence of penises. Why not take your own advice and not read her article if you don’t think it’s funny? I mean, calling someone a “cunt” certainly takes a lot less talent than West’s article mocking Super Bowl ads did.


Yes @ your tags

Libertarian scumbag

covenesque:

asfadedasmyjeans:

veruca-assault:

Penn Jillette argues in bad faith to support his own sexism

To summarize, Lindy West wrote a piece making fun of hack Super Bowl commercials and Penn Jillette—who I guess is a big fan of shitty commercials written by hacks?—took issue with her lack of enthusiasm for the comedy stylings of TV ads.

Calling a woman a “cunt” is unlikely to be acceptable in most [ALL] situations, but what was really startling about this was how he went there because she was not impressed by Super Bowl commercials. I mean, what next? Getting irate because there’s an article out there by a lady who thinks maybe that Olive Garden isn’t the best restaurant she ever ate at? It suggests a general distaste for women expressing opinions at all, just pure outrage that lady mouths are open for anything but admitting the presence of penises. Why not take your own advice and not read her article if you don’t think it’s funny? I mean, calling someone a “cunt” certainly takes a lot less talent than West’s article mocking Super Bowl ads did.

Yes @ your tags

Libertarian scumbag

i-trymybest

floozys:

it’s so weird that men can make endless misogynistic comments and not have to reassure people that they don’t hate women but when women, especially those in the spotlight, talk about things concerning women they feel an overwhelming need to constantly reassure the world that they don’t hate men, that they love men. 

and by weird i mean a cultural norm to demean women and overvalue men.