pizza!corpse

shitpostgenerator sentence starters

  • ❝  please don’t feel the buttplug.  ❞
  • ❝  why are you screaming at pasta?  ❞
  • ❝  you can’t trust angry taxes.  ❞
  • ❝  where are the friends?  ❞
  • ❝  avoid father.  ❞
  • ❝  i fucked capitalism.  ❞
  • ❝  *punches your cops while i save me from kinkshaming evil cash*  ❞
  • ❝  buddy i aam afraid.  ❞
  • ❝  fucked up.  ❞
  • ❝  but can your wicked sick republican mail your friends my communist gender?  ❞
  • ❝  i can’t believe a sjw fucked the moon  ❞
  • ❝  judge the nut.  ❞
  • ❝  warning: controversial horses.  ❞
  • ❝  what is the ass man?  ❞
  • ❝  i need to know if i can suck your mozzarella stick.  ❞
  • ❝  destroy the moon.  ❞
  • ❝  you are rude and libertarian and can’t have your drugs dissapointed.  ❞
  • ❝  here we kinkshame worthless dead kinkshaming.  ❞
  • ❝  i will not suck a certain snowman.  ❞
  • ❝  i have become a fool.  ❞
  • ❝  my moms.  ❞
  • ❝  fuck you, tiffany.  ❞
  • ❝  do aliens eat ass?  ❞
  • ❝  i am the first werewolf to feel regrets.  ❞
  • ❝  can communists find me?  ❞
  • ❝  who put a fish on my kinky train?  ❞
  • ❝  who put shitty pizza on my miserable corpse?  ❞
  • ❝  why are tragedies so heterosexual?  ❞
  • ❝  can raccoons feel me?  ❞
  • ❝  bros.  ❞
  • ❝  here we bully the capitalist government.  ❞
  • ❝  i don’t want to suffer anymore.  ❞
  • ❝  suddenly children.  ❞
  • ❝  go on a date with bees.  ❞
  • ❝  half disappointment, half snowman.  ❞
  • ❝  how to prevent a husband.  ❞
  • ❝  please stop disappointing bees.  ❞
  • ❝  large dick ruined by blender.  ❞
  • ❝  fuck dudes who lie about bread.  ❞
  • ❝  i was aroused by my hat.  ❞
  • ❝  this fruit wants to be known as ‘the lord of weed’.  ❞
  • ❝  location: forest.  ❞
  • ❝  can i doxx a bear?  ❞
  • ❝  it’s okay to confess your feelings for garbage.  ❞
  • ❝  block jesus.  ❞
  • ❝  way too many spiders.  ❞
  • ❝  look at this incredibly naked man.  ❞
  • ❝  are we all a titty?  ❞
  • ❝  i will vore my way out of hell to fuck up the sentient god of cops.  ❞
  • ❝  burn in hell.  ❞
  • ❝  you need to not date trash.  ❞
  • ❝  my goal is to straight up suffer.  ❞
  • ❝  cock space. ❞
An Open Letter to Bryan Fuller

Let me start by saying that I loved Pushing Daisies, and I love Hannibal. If I didn’t love Hannibal, I wouldn’t be making this post.

In the last two episodes, you have made a mistake in using the same old tropes that so many other pieces of media have used before: the death of a three-dimensional, developed woman character (specifically a woman of color) as fuel for a male character’s actions or development.

I think we all expected more from this series than seeing this woman gain more and more character development only to become the ‘woman in the refrigerator’.

From you stating that the show needed more women on it, to your identifying yourself as a feminist, to refusing to include sexual violence as subject matter, we all expected something more progressive than this. Over and over in TV, film, and literature, women are used as nothing but expendable plot devices and their deaths are used for male character development. It’s tiring, it’s offensive, and it’s just plain boring at this point.

A major concern of mine and many others is that in killing Beverly, the cast is growing more and more white and male. There is only one other woman of color in the cast, and her character is currently dying. When she is gone, there will be no WOC. The only women left will be Alana and Freddie. Freddie is going to eventually die a gruesome death (possibly in a way that deviates from the source material). This is all very disheartening. This show started out with a diverse cast of characters and we don’t want to see it become just another show about two white dudes, with one or two white women thrown in. We have literally every other popular TV show if that’s what we want to see.

I don’t think you deserve to feel threatened by fans of the show. However, I mostly saw people simply critiquing the show. A lot of it was angry, yes, but you cannot dismiss people’s concerns and ignore their discourse just because you don’t like their tone. What they are saying is important, regardless of the manner in which they are saying it: Beverly’s death does have racial and misogynistic implications.

You said you planned Beverly’s death from the beginning; why did you specifically plan for the Asian woman’s death rather than one of her white male coworkers? Why was Abigail given an offscreen death, while Beverly is dissected and displayed like a museum exhibit? Does she not deserve the same respect that Abigail did? If Abigail or Miriam, or both, are alive, why doesn’t Hannibal keep Beverly alive? Why, when Asian women are given so few TV roles, especially ones as fleshed out at this, did you decide that she had to be the one to die? What does her death provide for the storytelling? The audience already hates Hannibal’s character. Will already hates him. The rest of the characters will go on not knowing that Hannibal is the killer. Beverly’s death provided no change to the plot.

I understand that there are practical concerns about the show. I understand that there are producers to please. I understand that it is a horror show and people are going to die. Horror flicks are my thing. I’m used to it. But that didn’t lessen the shock for me. It almost made it worse, because Beverly’s death follows so many overused horror tropes. I expected more from someone who considers himself a feminist and who had been telling a fairly non-formulaic horror story and avoiding many common tropes.

Bryan, you have made it sound as if you are an ally to oppressed groups. If that’s true, I hope you will listen to these criticisms and learn how to better your show in the future. An ally doesn’t cry about being bullied when they are being called out. They don’t block people on Twitter and dismiss the upset they have caused. They realize that people’s anger and hurt is legitimate. They recognize that when people are expressing these feelings, it means that something could have been done better. 

I absolutely do not believe that it was your intention to cause hurt, but you did, and the outcome matters more than the intention. A great portion of the criticism is coming from Asian women who could relate to Beverly. They are the ones whose feelings matter the most in this situation. Listen to women. Listen to people of color. Behave like a true ally.

I’m going to keep watching, as I do love the show, but I understand why some won’t. For us women, violence is a constant real-life threat and seeing a WOC character’s dismembered dead body is not something that is necessary for plot development. I hope that all of this discourse among fans has inspired you to learn and improve. Having diverse women in the cast is what drew in women viewers. These viewers fought for your show to get renewed. You can’t alienate these viewers now. If you want us to believe that you are a feminist and that you care about women at all, please start proving it instead of just saying it. 

PS: Jokingly comparing a WOC’s mutilated corpse to pizza is really gross. Ugh.