~ Porkbeard (via criminalwisdom)
- men get into something not aimed at their gender: get special titles like "brony." recognition by creators. heralded for defying gender appeal. get documentary.
- women get into something not aimed at their gender: not real fans. probably secret friend zone warriors deadset on erasing men from the human race. get insulting demeaning memes and sexual harassment.
This sort of behavior used to irritate me until I learned about how invasive paparazzi are in America. There are no laws against it.
I’ve also realized, that by flipping off the camera, the pictures can’t be sold to magazines because of “profanity”. So really, she’s just protecting herself.
like that time Marilyn Manson went to the airport with FUCK written across his face and he kept apologizing to everyone and people with kids and stuff but he had to so the paparazzi couldn’t take and sell pictures of him
Yea dont demonize celebs who do this They are trying for privacy if only a little
I didn’t know that…
I’m not 100% sure what to categorize this as, but I believe it pertains to society’s view on fatness.
My sister and I were fat; I say ‘were’ because said sister has gone on a diet and lost a good amount of weight, while I remain fat. Recently my sister created a page documenting her weight loss journey. Relatives and friends alike went into a frenzy praising her and sharing the page to everyone with pride. I witness this and figure I’d finally take my art teacher’s advice and create a similar page displaying my artwork (which I can reasonably say I’m talented at, even making money on it). It’s been a couple of weeks, and it has only gotten one like from a great Aunt of mine.
It seems society puts much more importance on the process of becoming thin, thus becoming worthy of acceptance, than a fat person’s genuine artistic talent.