I’m sure I’m not the first person to point this out, but check out how Jen’s feet are pointing. Her shoulders are fairly square to the camera, but her feet are pointed at a ridiculous, almost uncomfortable, angle toward Josh. Now, I’m not saying anything about the state of their relationship, but the body language here merits notice.
It’s generally accepted that a person’s feet will point toward someone to whom they are attracted. To someone they find interesting. To someone that has their full attention: XXX
If you don’t want your nude photos shown all over the internet, don’t take nude photos. If you don’t want to get raped, don’t wear revealing clothing. If you don’t want to get robbed, don’t buy things. If you don’t want to get electrocuted, don’t have any electronics. If you don’t want to get punched in the face, don’t have a face.
Let’s stop once and for all with victim shaming. Only one person should be blamed and that’s the asshole who committed the crime.
A/N: This is all Arie’s fault. (I tweaked it a bit to fit my taste, but the overall idea is still there.) Enjoy ya fluff monkeys. (Follow her on Twitter @atwellswans)
An old piece of advice that has been passed on from generation to generation is to never work with your best friend.
They say that all that decision making and general stress can tear even the thickest of thieves apart.
So when Killian Jones told his childhood best friend, Emma Swan, that he was going to apply as the cashier in the local bakery that she worked part-time in, it was no surprise that she went through hell and Earth to make sure he didn’t go forward with his plan.
But then again, there was also no jaw-dropping involved when he too moved mountains to get that slot as counterboy.
Afterall, he did like a challenge.
(And maybe the idea of seeing Emma lick whipped cream off her fingers wasn’t too bad a motivation either.)
Guys help me out here.
So this was on my Facebook with a title of “University has been accused of ‘victim blaming’ over Jennifer Lawrence leaked photos”
And all the comments are about how people are so sensitive and that this is a hilarious and genius campaign.
I can’t be the only one who feels that his is wrong and actually is 'victim blaming’ ?
Someone please explain this to me.