I'm not on Tumblr but have been seeing stuff about Gillian that has ended up being posted to Twitter. It is all so out of hand. Fans calling her names, these fans are supposedly grown women? Also if people should put yours or other bloggers names who are public, into google search, it brings up allsorts. At the end of the day it looks embarrassing to the people posting rather than Gillian. Is it really worth making yourselves look so silly/aggressive over something so trivial? Best wishes.
Thank you very much Anon.
Some of the things that have been published on twitter, among other things, my tumblr name, were things that were said in a private chat and not open in any forum. It is thus a violation of privacy that has occurred. The words were written in a private room in a private chat, for not publicly writing things you may regret in the heat of battle. There were discussions and frustrations that were shared privately. I stand by the things I write and do not think I have anything to be embarrassing about.
Like everyone else, I’m entitled to my own opinion. I think it’s more embarrassing that adult women can not have their own meaning/opinion and are completely blown away by what other people do and say and thus can not personally find their own meaning/ opinion. I think it’s decidedly embarrassing that one might think it’s okay to exhibit your girlfriend’s (or what’s) pussy and publicly touch her in that way. It’s actually completely beyond my understanding that many may think it’s okay and not degrading. In addition to be so blue-eyed, to think its wrong that paps have taken pictures somewhere where it is widely known that paps go to and further not understanding that a hotel would be sued and lose their customer base if images were taken without people knowing about it, with regard to the customer base the hotel is targeted. Unless it is one of those hotels where it is generally known to go to and “invite” paps to document things or get pictures in magazines and media. This has everything to do with life experience, general knowledge and the understanding of the world, and not least understanding how staging, branding and self-promotion function and is working.
I think it’s sad that people take this whole farce with GA so easy, I work daily with young girls (among others) who need good role models. It seems sad that an otherwise good role model like GA can go against everything she stands for and to such a degree loses herself, for example, in relation to being feminist. That’s sad.
I’m trying to express myself in a proper way, but it can of course go wrong. We are all human. But at the end I stand by everything I’ve said, maybe because I’m an adult educated woman with life experience.