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Joined Jun 03, 2012 at 11:19AM EDT
I think the part that really pushes this into the territory of “creepy” is the “School Days” tagline which implies this is either a.) meant for underage teenagers in school or b.) meant for people who want to fulfill schoolgirl/loli fantasies. Then again, when has American Apparel not been doing sketchy things in their business.
Mind the gap
I’m still not believing it’s anything more than rumor until I hear comment from either Twitch or Google. I imagine if the deal actually happened and was finalized they would be very public about it. While it’s possible that it’s Google’s fault for Twitch’s implementation of the content ID system it’s incredibly likely that Twitch got a C&D or something of the sort from lawyers of copyright holders and that’s why the whole content ID thing was so rushed in without a word of warning. Frankly I’m shocked with Twitch’s growth and rampant use of streamers using copyrighted music that it took them this long to legally cover their asses and implement something like this.
Yeah, even if it was real I think it was purposefully made to be stupid
“The episode itself is considered one of the best in the series”
Damn straight, son.
He’s known as “Harley’s Joker” quick google image search of “Joker cosplay” will give you almost exclusively images of this guy. I don’t know what his popularity is in comparison to Jessica, but I know I heard of him before I heard of her.
Good night, sweet prince
It’s rather sad that some feminists feel the need to hate her, especially when a lot of feminists are trying to discourage slut shaming. I find statements like that rather silly. Yes, how dare someone be proud of their body and show it off. I find objectification to be a combination of sexualization and lack of any personality/intelligence, you can’t really objectify someone with only one of those parts. And going from what I have heard/seen she doesn’t seem to be devoid of personality and intelligence.
So cosplaying a scantily clad character someone else designed isn’t slutty, but dressing as a scantily clad character of your own design is slutty. Makes total sense. And just because she has her boobs out it means she’s not talented? That Charizard cosplay has a beautiful design to it and clearly she clearly has an idea of what makes a cosplay appealing beyond boobs.
You mean like Anthony Misiano?
> Basing what dating is like off of high school relationships
snicker snicker snicker
Is it just me or does this look edited?
Yeah I’m not that good at on-the-spot arguing. I have spent an hour+ on my posts in the past, it really takes me a while to think up my points and counterpoints.
Yeah it’s really a subject I actually think about a lot. It honestly makes me incredibly sad when people feel the need to boycott art because of something the artist did. I can’t necessarily blame them, especially if it’s for something that means a lot to them. I guess as someone who wants to make a living off of their art I would hate to have everyone boycott me because I did something stupid.
Man, I don’t know what it is about those serious debate threads but writing out long posts for them is just so fun
What’s with this “our generation” bullshit? This trend didn’t suddenly sprout out of the ground in the 2000s
I just realized. In the time span that in the 3 years I’ve been with my boyfriend, Kim has gotten married, divorced, had a baby, and gotten married again. That’s… Kinda sad.
I don’t see why people are upset about the game. It literally does the same thing every other “free-to-play” app does
Wait a minute, I thought she was a hobbit
Allow me to play devil’s advocate for a minute here, how do we know this is self diagnosed? If this were a case of an actual diagnosis then it’d be pretty shitty of the father to not take it seriously
Don’t worry about it. I didn’t get upset by it or anything but it did seem like your intent was to insult and I wanted to warn you to watch out for that before it evolves into something nastier
No, by saying it’s satire I’m saying that the people mistakenly taking the posts of the satirist seriously are idiots and I don’t respect their opinions anyway and it doesn’t change the fact that the original post is still satire. There is no denial here that there are very idiotic members of “my movement”
And as a moderator I would like to remind you that it’s a site rule to be friendly, so calling me sour is a no go. I would much rather keep this a more mature debate without throwing around personal insults. I have not personally insulted you once this whole time, I expect the same from you.
No, I say it’s satire because it is satire. People taking it seriously and backing it up as such does not change that and frankly is not my problem. You basing the current state of an entire worldwide movement on the userbase of one webiste is actually extremely laughable and the fact you think I’m trying to defend tumblr SJWs or am in denial of the problems in modern feminism by saying one of the accounts is satire is even funnier.
Oh, and I’m not your sweetie :)
Where the hell did you get your information that misandry-mermaid is a completely serious blog? I am pretty sure it is obviously satirical
I don’t think Demi is overreacting by telling him not to call her that. Generally when someone refers to a person as “woman” like that it’s meant as a form of disrespect and putting them in their place. And something tells me that the dude in this photoset didn’t like Demi’s opinion of him and tried to do just that.
Yes I am. Currently attending art school. Unfortunately I’m too much of a lazy bum to share my art online often xP
I find that a lot of the discouraging comes before the women go to college to major in their subject or start working in their field. Whether it be from parents, teachers, friends, or even the good ol tactic of acting dumb to attract a guy, it’s still common in our society for a girl to worry about their image before their education and unfortunately it’s still a stereotype that smart girls are ugly/unattractive. The math and science field itself has been making great strides to encourage more women to pursue their interests, as you pointed out with all those scholarships, but the statistics just haven’t caught up yet. I actually saw a great psa about the subject a few weeks ago but of course I can’t find it to show here