If your only objection to same-sex love scenes in films, television programs, or works of theatre is the fact that they involve two people of the same sex, then you are unarguably a homophobe. 171 more words
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I was very late to the game in discovering just the other day that corsets are very popular again, thanks to Kim Kardashian. Only, they’re not called corsets, they’re called “waist trainers;” I suppose it’s to fool ourselves into thinking we aren’t just repeating the same archaic fashion trends over and over again. 511 more words
For those who don’t know much about it, there is a big movement inside many popular culture fandoms about the “problematic” nature of those hobbies. I say big not because they are backed by a multitude, but because they make a lot of noise, the mainstream media panders to them from time to time, and they use the arguments of moral preachers; something which always makes everything look bigger than it really is. 991 more words
Picture a political cartoon about millennials.
Let me guess: it’s probably a group of friends looking down at their phones or laptops without speaking. 2,086 more words