kimbaland
kimbaland
kimbaland
Sep 26 2017
206

The answer is probably somewhere between not going out of your way to be offended by someone trying to find humor in an extremely depressing scenario and not intentionally missing the point.

Sep 26 2017
35

Good point, but you are posting this on an anti-white people blog so there’s that.

Sep 10 2015
15

Pretty huge gap between liking Pride and Prejudice and this shit.

Sep 10 2015
27

There’s nothing romantic about having a houseful of daughters who are going to be homeless the minute your condescending denial husband kicks off. Or watching your best friend marry a complete tool because anything’s better then being a broke-ass spinster living on tea and bread at other people’s houses during their

Sep 10 2015
28

THIS. Women couldn’t vote, inherit property, pursue non-prescript education, or earn their own money? All that husband-hunting takes on a whole new serious and desperate aura, and you begin sympathizing with Mrs. Bennet. Austen was basically making light of her own lightly-gilded cage in order to gain a small measure Read more

Sep 10 2015
21

I always tell Victorian literature lovers to read the woman in white by Wilkie Collins. Especially when they tell me Dickins sexism was “a product of his times.” The entire plot of the women in white is intelligent women get into trouble bc the law doesnt view them as people and the men who are supposed to take care Read more

Sep 10 2015
35

DON’T get me started about P&P. It’s written as a comedy of manners, but there are some SERIOUS issues being made fun of, which people literally forget all about!

Sep 10 2015
45

Do I love Pride and Prejudice? Hell yes. But my love stems from Austen’s wonderfully acerbic writing and nostalgia for being twelve and seeing the BBC version for the first time (post-lake Colin Firth leads to...feelings).

Sep 10 2015
112

C’mon. I can have a raging ladyboner over P&P and still not want to give myself pneumonia wearing a wet tissue-paper-thin dress.

Nov 14 2014
11

... how can you possibly write that question and not see what's wrong with it