|John Holmes Motherfucker - 2021-08-07 |
Okay, I'm only about 15 minutes in, but I just want to white knight for Jameela Jamil. If you think about her character on The Good Place, and imagine her in character, that tweet is hilarious.
And Natalie is an autofive, of course.
|Albuquerque Halsey - 2021-08-07 |
What's the matter? Can't handle some gluten?
|Cena_mark - 2021-08-07 |
How many of you transphobes would demand Natalie go to a men's prison if she rapes her mother?
You know, women in prison also deserve to be kept safe and not raped to.
You know, trans women in prison also deserve to be kept safe and not raped, too.
No, because we can't lose the jokes about it, they're too precious. Don't drop the soap.
May you be destroyed in the dimensional merge
Yes Cena, I know. But the way you solve that problem is not by letting any person with a dick who self identities as a woman (even if they have never taken hormones or gotten surgery) into a place where vulnerable woman are easily abused. Women’s bodies, reproductive health and safety shouldn’t be sacrificed to make others feel better.
If you have a penis, you have no place in a woman’s prison. Period. Full stop. End of discussion. End of debate.
Rosebukake, you're an idiot. Period. Full stop. End of discussion. End of debate.
|betamaxed - 2021-08-08 |
High quality video gets a high quality rating.
|John Holmes Motherfucker - 2021-08-09 |
I read Nietsche in High School. Didn't understand his works, was rightly afraid of his ideas, but when I discovered the Portable Nietsche with its elaborate notes, I realized that he was an amazing writer. He's the guy who wrote "In life's wars, whatever doesn't kill me makes me stronger.", which in the 21st century has been quoted by everyone from Kelly Clarkson to Ultron. The last time I saw Age of Ulton, I became aware that the reference to Nietsche by Ulton was NOT random.
|Stopheles - 2021-08-13 |
Excellent analysis on this one. It really accelerates when she goes into Nietzsche, but the landing is stuck.
And that quote from her own graduate-school writing was embarrassingly close to how I wrote when I was in an art history / critical theory program.
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