This was three days ago but it paints a bigger picture.

Herald Sun posted an article about Ruby Rose getting her role in Orange Is The New Black thanks to Taylor (which is BS as you can read from Ruby’s note) and Ruby being Ruby (God bless her soul) of course took matters into her own hands and slammed this story immediately. Ryan later liked her tweet (I love support going around in this group of people).

My point is - this seems to be an ongoing trend. You attack Taylor or anyone close to her and wait for response, thus producing additional headlines and clicks. When someone is doing well and is powerful/influential it raises questions from people. Questions similar to those we saw in princess Diana video. How did SHE (it is very important that woman is in question, because no one questions a man) get it? What is she gonna do with it? What is her endgame? It just pity that, if you think about it, Taylor is right now at the stage where she puts her friends in these situations, without actually doing anything. And the fact that her friends are still standing by her says a lot about what kind of person Taylor is and that’s all that matters at the end of the day. But just for a moment try to picture yourself in her shoes. It so weird right? Like an alternate universe. Just sayin’.

GRRRL: 25 Years of Riot Grrrl interview with Emily Ryan
Interview with Emily Ryan (Emily's Sassy Lime) for the film GRRRL: 25 Years of Riot Grrrl directed by Vega Darling.

Here’s a clip of Emily Ryan’s interview for Lost Grrrls and GRRRL: 25 years of riot grrrl. Emily’s Sassy Lime was the first all Asian punk band. They were teenagers from Orange County, California.