She works at a prestigious university in the US, so not much of a risk of meltdown.
I should let you know that I am also a woman, and was raised by the same parents as her, not sure how she ended up a commie.
My leftist sister is a nuclear engineer and she is always so perplexed by the lack of support for nuclear in her lefty circles. I'm hoping eventually she'll get get a grip.
I'm struggling with this myself. Woman age 30, been with my SO for over 4 years, working together to grow close and become a family. He knew I wanted kids from the start. Four years on, still waiting for a ring... I mentioned finally wanting to have a baby. SO's story changed- he doesn't think he can or will ever be able to support me. I am not some independent career woman, I'm a flaky artist barely making ends meet as is. I can't support myself if I leave him. I have no family that could support me, no close friends, I would definitely have to live out of a car. What am I supposed to do? I am almost out of time. It had already taken me until 26 to find a man with property and a decent income. Honestly not sure I want to even continue to live. This society sucks.
Those types are still around, but all the ones I've met were recent African immigrants.
I like the idea, but the execution was done on a rather clumsy and boring garment. The Hunger Games costumer already did it better.
I always that mentality was because of greed- a.k.a. we need more women to spend their money on our products that usually appeal only to men. Corporate avarice using feigned morality to increase profits.
I grew up with two sisters and we constantly got into fist fights with each other (and there were also the classic barbie doll projectiles), is that not normal? I've also never hit a man I was in a relationship with, so maybe you are on to something here.
I think aesthetically, it's a pretty cool looking art piece. I would like to see it in a sculpture park like Vigelandsparken in Oslo, but it's current location is weird and the concept explanation is total bullshit, as are most descriptions of contemporary art.
I'm intrigued by your mention of hiding your true beliefs in the theatre and design scene. I am an artist/designer who had to completely detach myself from other creatives since an overwhelming number of them are devout members of the cult. I would love to hear more of your story and how you may have continued those interests after breaking away from the scene. I've felt such a decline in creative drive out of an inability to network and get my work out there, there aren't many of us to relate to this plight.
Babylon 5 already did have some of the B in LGBT with Ivanova's crush on Talia.
Honestly it perplexes me how anyone would find it appealing, but at least it’s just a drawing.
Short people got no reason to live
Never, but I'm a woman. I refuse to support such a degenerate industry regardless. I have no interest in romance novels either, they are all garbage.
Uhm I do that all the time. I just have a glock with me.
Seeing as how metal music is a major export of Finland, it’s not out of the realm of possibility it was a metalhead edgelord.
Nah, he's old so he just decided to retire after that and focus on the occasional home improvement and restoration project with his buddy. He was sick of being treated like a monster just because he was an old white man in the human service industry.
Yeah, same here. I was in ART college in BOSTON at the time and the SJWs were still fringe weirdos. I only knew one girl spewing it at the time and I scoffed and rolled my eyes at her insanity. In my youthful naïveté about the nature of adulthood and common sense, I assumed the best of others and figured that her unique brand of terminal complaining would eventually disappear with maturity. How wrong I was... Then a few years ago my father was fired for refusing sensitivity training after making this joke: "You're going to get the Aunt Jemima treatment!" while waving around a spatula. He was accused of being racist... he said Aunt Jemima because it was the pancake brand that sounded better than Mrs. Buttersworth in the joke. He worked with adults with developmental disabilities and was one of the few people that really cared about them and treated them with dignity and humanity and entertained them with his silly harmless dad jokes. Fuck those people.
I have a recording of 1967 Camelot on vinyl and I love it! I was in a few musicals in high school and it’s more of a nostalgic interest to me, but I’ll look into the ones I haven’t seen here like Man of La Mancha.
The costumes alone are criminal.
Not a man, do you have any musical recommendations?
I really think this is mocking the lefty signs. I laughed the first time I saw it and assumed it was a parody. I always see the best in others, though. It's a flaw.
The window further shifts...
This is just more pussification of society- what others call you shouldn't affect how you see yourself. You should never depend on others to validate your identity. I was an unapologetic freak back in high school and I didn't give a fuck if people made fun of me. I was unbulliable and I really thought that that was the direction society would be heading. Now authoritarian dipshits like Nina here are treating pronouns with religious sanctity. Also, why they/them when we already had the neuter case "it"?
I am a woman myself raised by the same parents as her, so I am just as perplexed.