I only got halfway through watching Fyre Fraud last night and I'm weirdly excited to finish it. It's so trashy, omg. They compared him to Jean Ralphio!
The first Star trek reboot movie is, for me, the finest example of the Best Chris in action, and as icing on the cake, it features the Second Best Chris (Hemsworth) in a cameo role as Kirk Sr (he dies in the first reel, and it always makes me cry). Chris Pine will always be Best Chris to me.
Look, I have nothing against Christianity. I AM one (a bad one but yes, I believe.) What I dislike is this parading of one’s faith across social media platforms; it’s the outside of the cup and saucer rendered in pixels.
I definitely have felt conflicted on the fight between 1 and 2. I am more physically attracted to Pine, but intellectually attracted to Evans. Hemsworth for me is a distant 3rd, only b/c he’s never said that much about anything other than his movies and how much he loves his wife (which is endearing don’t get me…
perhaps they can pull his head out of his ass at the same time.
I was late to the party on Pine, too. But as of Wonder Woman I have officially decreed him the Best Chris, with Hemsworth as a close runner-up.
“But I think every generation in their prime child-having/house buying/career focused years (late 20s through 40s, say) there has been too much shit to do and not enough time to do it. Millennials are arriving at that point in their lives and learning that it sucks, but it is not the first time it has ever sucked.”
Tom Holland said he wanted “steamy” scenes in Spider-Man: Homecoming and I thought “GO TO YOUR ROOM, YOUNG MAN”
And take a shower! They look like they smell like the bus.
I agree. Trump wouldn’t stop to urinate on a trump supporter on fire.... but if they’re attractive and have a russian accent he might ask them to urinate on him
I get what you’re saying, and I think there’s a pretty big difference between deliberately de-centering white women’s experiences and going out of your way to invalidate white women’s experiences. If I’m being really honest, it seems like the author has some really good and important things to say, and also seems to…
Yes, for sure. But see, here you are proving MY point, which is that there is a discussion worth having about racism/colorism and beauty standards when it comes to body hair, and that having that discussion doesn’t require going out of our way to explicitly tell white women that their issues with patriarchal beauty…
It could have been a great article. It could have been a clear and loud rallying cry to give extra time and support to WoC and trans/NB sisters who don’t remove hair and face a more complex kind of hate for it.
I’m not sure I consider this act brave, or even inherently feminist
You could have saved a lot of work and been much more honest by just saying “I am bitter and angry at white women”.
Writers who put blatant errors in print have to anticipate readers focusing on the blatant error instead of their point.
I dunno. When we talk about sexual harassment that women have to put up with, for example, I feel like it’s pretty shitty to do it in a way that denigrates male victims of sexual harassment. Likewise, I feel like we should be able to have a conversation about how we unfairly exclude and erase WOC when it comes to…
“Here is a problem I’ve had to live with because of this shitty beauty standard...”
“White women don’t have the history, or the baggage of growing up with visible body hair, so their announcement of it, or political positionality of it, seems insincere.”
Huh. I ( a white woman of WASP/German extraction, since getting all the way down to the 23andMe of it all seems to be relevant) seem to have…