My first memory of lipstick is locking myself in my grandma’s room and trying on her lipstick. I loved it so much and I thought it looked so good on my lips that it would look amazing on my eyelids, on my cheeks.
Lmao, I’m waiting for JLaw give a half-assed apology or for her to just claim that she “doesn’t need to apologize and people need to stop being so sensitive.” It’s gonna be accompanied with a letter from a celebrity friend saying “you need to stop targeting successful women!” Or “I’ve worked with JLaw and she’s not a racist she’s actually very nice I saw her eat a pizza once how relatable is that!”
Feel Good Comedy starring Amy Schumer and Jennifer Lawrence, where two relatable but opposing women who are so totally not your average girls™ decide to take on a role typically associated with men. During their bawdy misadventures, they manage to construct a friendship based on their thick thighs and white feminism, many racist, ableist, homophobic, transphobic subplots play out as the white female audience laughs uncontrollably,
You will laugh, you will cry, you will chuckle at every unfeminine thing that this rowdy duo dare to attempt, you will mostly c r y