kevin gnapore

Kevin Gnapore ladies and gentlemen...

All you sucka MCs ain’t got nothin’ on me!
From my grades, to my lines you can’t touch Kevin G!
I’m a mathlete, so nerd is inferred,
But forget what you heard, I’m like James Bond the Third,
Sh-sh-shaken not stirred- I’m Kevin Gnapoor!

The G’s silent when I sneak through your door.
And make love to your woman on the bathroom floor.
I don’t play it like Shaggy, you’ll know it was me.
Cause the next time you see her she’ll be like ‘OOOH! KEVIN G!’

anonymous asked:

Regarding your Mean Girls post, what are some problematic elements of it?

Here’s a short list:

  • homogenization of Africa- notice Katy never talks about what country in Africa she grew up in, she just calls it Africa.
  • slutshaming- this is used in the script to demean Regina as a character, as well as the other Plastics. 
  • virgin vs. whore dynamics- this ties into the slut shaming but also works visually in the beginning before Katy’s Plastic transformation. While it’s not an explicit detail in the film, it’s pretty obvious that Katy is a virgin- not to mention her “observations” about Girl World do thrive on cliches and some respectability politics (the observation on Halloween for example).
  • people of color = the quirky other- Kevin Gnapor (Tina Fey tends to do this quite a bit in her writing and I really can’t stand it).
  • EDIT: lesbophobia- done with Janice. Not to say that Janice has to be a lesbian, the fact that the film never really calls Regina out for her homophobia.
  • repeated use of the r-slur

This is just off the top of my head: anyone got anything to add?