I’m a very different woman. I prefer to party with the men. I play the REAL video games (rather than those facebook things that somehow disgrace our earth), I like to party it up, I even scrap with a few of my guy friends often. It’s even come to the point where if a guy punches me dead in the face from sheer anger, he’s not gonna get any flack for woman beating, I’ll just go back at him and people will egg the both of us on. I’m pretty much a male with the woman body works.
Here’s where it starts to get a little distasteful to maybe some woman. I have a beautiful body, and I tend to show it off as much as I can. Pretty much all of the guys I know have seen me naked at some point, and most of them I’ve slept with multiple times. Nothing really gives me more of a thrill than pleasing a man or making them drool.
But through all that, in the end I want to be able to play a very house-wife role with my love. Make sure his laundry is done, food is cooked, pretty much meet all of his demands and make his life as stress and work free as I can (besides any steady job he may have). Constant sex is not an issue to me either.
An introductory post from a predominantly feminist forum I used to frequent. This woman’s username was “The Guys Girl”.
She is a very different woman, and don’t you forget it, all you other rubbish women!
This almost sounds like a troll making up a character for a puppet account so he can play jokes on all the mean mean feminists who are just out to get the pretty girls who like sex.
I use USian in social justice writing when I’m referring to the US specifically. It’s not my favorite word in terms of the way it sounds, but it’s more accurate and not erasing. Example: in this post yesterday, I referred to “The American Dream” as USian because it’s specific (if not unique) to the United States.
But that doesn’t mean I no longer identify as an American. American is still an accurate and valid identification, because like people in other parts of South and North America, I do live on this continent. And because the word American is lovely to me, like my other geographic identifications of Kansan and Virginian.
Perhaps in the future, instead of using USian to denote my national identification, I will use an adjective to modify and specify. I love adjectives.
Stateside American. I like that. I think I’ll use that from here on out.
I hated Kate (which I wrote about for Bitch) (I also wrote about heterosexism on LOST for Bitch!) (done with the linkspam now) but she MAJORLY redeemed herself in the last few episodes. Pretty much every episode, me and my Lost buddy Carmen would be like WHY DO I SUDDENLY LIKE HER NOW, WHAT THE HELL. I also suddenly liked JACK of all people too.
And I’m totally with you on Locke. It sucks that it was so ableist because I think that Terry OQuinn gave an AMAZING performance.
YES I WAS OBSESSED WITH THEM. OH GOD THOSE WERE THE FIRST THING I LOOKED AT AFTER LOST WAS OVER.
oooo. i actually do not have a super strong sense of smell. but my favorite would likely be olive oil right now. my least favorite would be … the litterbox.
redman: we’ve listened to redman/method man a lot, actually, though i hadn’t realized it until i specifically requested them after getting this question (my bf is generally in charge of the music and i am generally in charge of the television in our household, so i don’t always know who is playing).
i’m not super articulate about music, but: i like them a lot. they have a lot of elements that remind me of cypress hill - the way they trade verses, the weed emphasis.
favorite hip-hop: outkast probably. even before i started listening to a wide variety of music, i connected with their high level of energy.
also: cypress hill. jay-z (one of the best live shows i’ve ever seen). i love lil wayne’s use of language, though he’s REALLY inconsistent.
thank you for reminding me, i have not!
i have been looking forward to it from the promo, which was my favorite of those i reviewed for bitch bc it passed the bechdel, and i like sports. i meant to esp. after your tweets and se’s review on ifmib buuuut i hadn’t because i’m out of the habit of watching stuff on hulu, as i am generally totally dependent on netflix.
Picking sunflowers with my mom really early one morning and then coming back and reading the Sunday comics with her, in the town where I was born.
I have an ask now, y’all. Hit it up.