How am I not looking at a photoset of T. Hoechlin on the set of The Christmas Dilf, wearing a heavily cabled sweater (plus topcoat & scarf), staring up in wonder at fake snow? Or maybe laughing and falling into a snowbank. Perhaps stripping off a soaking wet, skintight waffle long underwear shirt next to a roaring fire, having just saved someone who crashed through the ice while skating. Maybe driving a horse-driven sleigh, hands confident on the reins, why not? I think The Christmas Dilf might be set in 1863, right around the corner from Little Women. Chopping wood at sunrise, alone in a wooded clearing, the snow sifting down into dark hair, a warm flush in his cheeks, virtuous and lonely.
Nobody else in the tags is talking about the feminism issues in BB right now and after all that scrolling, I finally found your post and I just really wanted to thank you because it's nice to see even if it won't get as many notes as the Zankie gifs
Oh! no problem, I think? baha
I’m a super casual (if not ritualistic) watcher of BB, and I don’t usually venture into the online communities for fear of the craziness. It was just bothering me enough I could formulate an actual coherent soap box about it. But hey, good to know other people are thinking the same thing right?
Agreed wholeheartedly. Although I do recall at least one or two others in the house mentioning that he’s being creepy. I think it was … Derrick? Cody? Idk, I just remember it being said. But yeah, it isn’t being focused on enough.
Yeah, I know they’re all just trying to avoid conflict and stuff too and I do know in the diary room some of them have been like “Yo dude back off chill out.” But i’m not sure I’ve seen them saying to his face like your ATTITUDE IS NOT OKAY. I really just want to hear someone say SHE DOESN’T OWE YOU ANYTHING.
Of course it’s not like I’m watching the live feeds or anything I mean they could have beat that horse dead by now and not shown us any of it - but I mean if that is the case then the beef is with the editing of the show then and the culture and attitudes it’s perpetuating.
Next time someone says feminism isn’t necessary I’m gonna make them watch an episode of big brother 16.
If the fact that Caleb consistently harasses Amber, a woman who has politely expressed her disinterest in his attention (and even indulged his ridiculous pseudo date attempts) and continually claims that she owes him at least a date for treating her nicely and doing game play moves for her that she explicitly told him not to do - doesn’t make your skin crawl there’s something deeply wrong with you.
Also his endless mentioning that she is HIS QUEEN. His expressing his displeasure when she tries to do anything independently/monitors her activities. That she needs to be SCARED BACK INTO LINE. And that NO ONE in the house has expressed how creepy awful he’s being????? That they are TELLING HIM HE’S RIGHT AND THAT SHE’S BEING CRAZY?
can we talk about how they’re sitting around with beer and take-out chinese but there are fucking candles lit like they don’t want to ruin the ambiance of this fine dining experience and Rhodey and Tony have the nerve to be dressed the fuck up in suits with ties for this shit
What’s really motivating the cultural panic over The Hunger Games and The Fault in Our Stars?
y’all should probably spend some time reading this
Oh my god this was supposed to be about books but it’s actually about my relationship with my parents I was unprepared for these feels
yep yep yep this
"The hot insistence on labeling YA as “trashy” and not fit for adult reading isn’t just about a visceral hatred of genre fiction. It’s also a form of denial from older adults who don’t want to engage with the issues faced by Millennials. If the validity of experiences underlying the desire to read YA can be eliminated, then older adults can feel less responsible for what they did to the generations that followed them"