hot hot stuff

I’ve heard a lot of people feel that the way they treat Madison Ferris, a woman who is in a wheelchair, in the current revival of The Glass Menagerie was exploitative. And I’ve been sitting on it and I do understand that point of view. There are long pauses where she is helped up on stage and there are moments where she leaves her chair and crawls from point A to point B. And I can understand why that might be off putting. But for me I felt like this was addressing the reality and needs of people with this disability? Like the long moment where she was helped onstage in the beginning by Amanda was a demonstration of her dependency on Amanda to me. I don’t feel that it’s necessarily exploitive to address the realities of living with disability, and that’s what these choices did for me as an audience member. (And thus far, I have only heard statements about Madison’s performance from able-bodied people, I would love to hear perspective on this from a person who shares the disability). 

Remember, if you’re a man who happens to have a vagina you’re still a man. Nothing can change that. Those signs are wrong. And people trying to assign you the label of ‘women’ for having a vagina are wrong.

You are male and you look super cute today.

He had Hazel draw a tattoo on his biceps with a marker: HOT STUFF, with a skull and crossbones. “What in the world are you thinking?” She sounded pretty flustered. “I try not to think,” Leo admitted. “It interferes with being nuts”


guess who has no impulse control and watched the leaks it’s me!!!! I love the pearls so much I’m going to marry them ALL