"No, I don’t give off that vibe. I think that you court that stuff…"
Kirsten Dunst answering:
”What if a director pounces on you while working? Has that ever happened?
Praise the mother fucking sun, the Ancient Dragon is defeated!
Okay so I just finished playing the final Borderlands 2 headhunter pack, and I got some major Mordecai feels. Just like the clues have suggested he has a new bird named Talon, and he quite drinking in order to care for and train his new bird.
Made a Frozen version of 2048. Play it here.
Update on the bigoted, sexist guy from my Human Sexuality class. Today we talked about teen pregnancy and the choices they have. Okay are you ready?
So he actually said that if the girl is underage her parents should make the decision for her, no matter what it is. Even if she doesn’t want an abortion they should have the right to override her decision. Because fuck a woman’s choice, right? Anyways, he continued by saying that no matter the decision (birth or abortion) the girl should be denied pain reliever to teach her a lesson. He actually said so they can “live and learn.”
He also made some comment about his “ex-cunt,” getting an abortion. But I didn’t actually hear that part because I was so shocked that someone actually referred to their ex as an “ex-cunt.”
And in that moment, Lady Olenna Tyrell becomes the new fan favorite.
Rich white kids wearing war bonnets and bindis and calling themselves hippies while updating their Instagram aka Coachella.
"I’m sorry. You need a man to be a man and a woman to be a woman. That’s why relationships work."
I don’t care if you want to stay at home and be a “nurturer,” while your husband is the “provider.” Do whatever you want. (Even though, Kirsten Dunst has no idea why both parents might need to go out and be the “provider,” being a multi-millionaire and all.)
However, relationships do not just work by having a masculine man, and a feminine woman. First of all, I know plenty of parents who do it the opposite, where the wife works and the man takes care of the kids. (I know, shocking.) Second, you are basically saying anyone who doesn’t fit into your opinion of what makes a man or woman won’t work. You are excluding homosexual couples, a tons of other couples who don’t fit your criteria. Not everyone fits into your idea of what makes a relationship work, but look they are making it work! Just as there are plenty of relationships you find ideal that aren’t working.
I hate how the media labels this controversy, making feminists sound like they are attacking her for wanting to live “traditionally.” Hell, a news website said “To many of you, this will just seem like good old fashioned values, to feminists it’s enraging.” Definitely no sarcasm or negative connotations there.
Also, it’s so annoying that she says “I’m sorry,” before invalidating millions of relationships.