Sure, no town on the planet speaks up louder in support of LGBT rights than Hollywood, but the Emmys just provided (long suspected) proof that many of its leading citizens really don’t mean it. Voters just dealt shocking losses to “The Normal Heart” that were so unjust, offensive, bizarre and…
tbh the latest trend of asking female celebrities if theyre feminist seems less about advancing liberation and more about the media attempting to turn women against eachother
Yeah, there’s not a good answer for them, especially when they’re young. No matter what she says, some section of fans/media/the general public is going to give her shit. I can see why it seems easiest to just say “I love all people!” or something meaningless like that
To me, the very definition of a new kind of “gotcha” journalism. If you ask any question with the assumption there is one right answer—and a lot of wrong ones—you are doing a shitty job of being a conversationalist and especially a shitty job of being a journalist.
Also if we’re going to sink to this super essentializing of a really complex social issue, we should at least be asking every male celebrity the same. (Oh wait, that’s probably more of that feminism thing.)
there’s this one girl at school who sends a mass text to the whole year group whenever she sees a dog so that we can go pat it too if we’re nearby and I have petted at least five dogs because of her that I wouldn’t have otherwise and idk I hope you all have someone like her in your lives
How come plot lines never depend on a straight guy randomly fucking a dude?
So far, this is the only criticism I have about The Americans.
jeff goldblum is doing an AMA on reddit and it’s amazing because he TYPES LIKE JEFF GOLDBLUM
"You know, I make sure that I have a good time on any movie. I make sure that I have a good time on any movie. It’s, uh, an uncommon privilege."
I love every moment of my sandwich life