Do women give something up by being penetrated? What do I give up when my female partners penetrate me?
Being a white bi man who has had to live in the closet is not the same as the African-American cultural phenomenon of being on the “down-low” (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Down-low_(sexual_slang))
Also, straight men who want to try pegging but are worried about being perceived as bi also isn’t the same as a bi white…
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I was rooting for the Vermont house to be turned into a mega-prison and they’d all be locked inside forever. Maybe Marcus could leave.
True. I do hate Jake and have definitely expressed that in past discussion posts (especially during the never-ending flashback season). It gets tiresome talking about the ways these people are awful.
Also, I’ve hated Mellie pretty much since the beginning of the show. Mellie teaming up with Liv seemed like the only way…
Remember when Fitz dropped his pants for an intern and then B613 had to kill her? I’m glad you think it’s ok to slut-shame a woman you think is a “bish,” but I don’t think she deserves that from a man who is cheating on his alcoholic wife with no remorse.
I’m Team Olivia Should Date Herself
I also like that Olivia was all, “It’s too hard for me to shutdown B613, I can’t do that”....after spending most of the show trying to shutdown B613 and actually doing it. Like, she and Jake have only done one mission, calm down Liv.
Yeah, Fitz built the house and then Olivia was like “NO! I can’t be tied down!” so she never moved there.
I complimented Fitz! Until this point, Jake has always had a “I’m horrible, but it’s because the ends justify the means and I’m doing this for Olivia” caveat. Ever since they gave him his amazing drunk wife though, they’ve just had him be an over-the-top villain for no reason. We already hate Jake, we don’t need him…
The Chi’s focus seems to be the south side of Chicago, not the lives of men.
I guess as a woman who was raised on the south side, I think the lack of character development around the female characters is an issue for the show’s storytelling and narrative. I’d hardly call it just a “lack of Black girl magic” when female characters are only there as auxiliary support for male characters. Also,…
I love that Rowan, a man who led the world’s best/biggest/most secret spy organization, doesn’t know how to get a gun or deliver a baby. We’ve seen B613 agents fix their own gun and stab wounds, but they didn’t cover that? It just...whatever.
I wish I had faith that this would play out into a later plot, but I don’t think we’ll ever see those women again. It seems like it was supposed to be a scene for Jerrika to vent her frustrations, but like...she doesn’t. They could’ve had her talk about what it was like to lose her brother-in-law to the very street…
Just some classic brunch talk! “My man came home with a gun and a bloody shirt! No, I do not know what he was involved with or what happened, but just thought I’d let you guys know! Oh yeah, and your response of ‘that’s so hood’ without an ounce of concern is definitely chill”
I know that it’s from “I, Too,” but that didn’t make the delivery any less corny and blatant. There was a time when Rowan’s rants had some subtlety to them.
What you’re describing is Happy Endings. Go watch it, you’ll love it.
The rest of us are following this thing to the grave.
I’m gonna need to see a flashback with Quinn’s actual face before this happens. That weird gun shot funeral montage isn’t fooling me.
I don’t read the mother forcing Emmett to be a father as her abandoning the kid. The mother is teaching Emmett a lesson and will undoubtedly be back to get her child. I don’t think a mother can “abandon” a child by leaving it with its father for a few days. Based on Emmett’s denial of paternity, this woman went…