Ah, Andy Black (AKA Andy Biersack, Andy Sixx) makes it to our list. He isn’t well known in the majority community. But those of you with a punk rock side should know him. Lead singer of the band Black Veil Brides, but also has a few solo performances.
This man was probably one of my first real celebrity crushes, back when his face was covered in stage make up and he was singing ‘Knives and Pens’ in a white room. There was no better way to start my middle school years. As he has aged, he has only gotten more and more handsome and I hope it stays that way.
With the voice and looks of an angel, he is sure to occupy someones dreams.
he doesn't say 'i heard', tho. If you listen to the clip, when they start talking about it and he mentions the reviews are going great, but when he says that phrase in specific he says "Harry's great in it". At least I don't hear him saying "I heard" but maybe thats just me. either wayyyyyy, he's out there being proud and supporting his husband and I approve of that
tru i guess it’s a case-by-case basis either way i’m sure he loved the movie and his man’s performance
•When a woman sends free nudes shes a keeper; but when a woman’s nudes get leaked (without her knowledge or permission) she’s a hoe
•Women who openly post (partial) nudes on social media are “bae”; but a woman who sells her nudes on social media has no self respect.
•Women on pornhub.com and other free porn websites are great to jerk off to; but women who require payment on cam sites are the reason no one takes feminism seriously.
•Strippers are sexy on stage; but strippers who expect money for a private dance are sluts
•Women who trusted a man to record her performing sex acts but video was posted online is “wifey material” and “bae goals”; but a woman who refuses to let you record her sucking your dick so you can send it to your boys is “boring” and “a prude”
•Women who wear short and revealing clothing to the club are “sexy” and “dime pieces”; but those same women that refuse to go home with you at the end of the night are “bitches” and “hoes”
•Instagram pictures of young girls in exotic locations holding wads of cash are “cool” and “life goals”; but finding out they’re sugar babies/escorts who spend time with older men to achieve these things are “disgusting” and “don’t love themselves”
Just admit you think women’s bodies should be free for male consumption and should be available at all times for male pleasure and move on
there is just an aspect to being a woman, which is that we are socialized to live under the male gaze and to comport ourselves with the knowledge that everything we do will be scrutinized and deconstructed by men. no man will ever understand this, even if you’re a gbt man. heteronormativity is debilitating and brutalizing, but there is no societal pressure for any man to perform for women. no man’s worth is tied to how women interpret him. there’s no “female gaze”. like, heteropatriarchy may tell gay/bi men that they’re “not good men” for loving men, of course, but it’s not telling them that their value is tied to how “useful” or “appealing” women find them, whereas it does tell women that. sexuality is far more traumatizing for women (cis or trans, straight or not) than it is for men.
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