I saw it more as a fucked up guy trying to get with this persona of a girl he crated all around a real human that he actually knew nothing about.
Yes, it IS about that, but I’m considering another aspect.
I’m thinking about the role reversal. The obsessive pursue of a female character by a male character is much more acceptable, nay, it’s encouraged, not only in films, but in our society. If a guy calls a girl 10 times a day after she’s left him, he’s considered romantic and the girl is considered a bitch for not taking him back, because ‘isn’t he such a nice guy’, 'wow, he really must care about you’.
Whereas, for a girl to even show interest for a guy before him, for a girl to even make the first move, she’s constantly put down and called wanton and “slutty”. If Summer did everything Tom did in that film, she’d be considered a desperate crazy bitch.
As it is, there’s no way to win. She didn’t want him even after “everything he did for her”, so she’s a bitch. In the other scenario, he doesn’t want her, so she has no right to pursue him, so she’d be a bitch for doing so.
I always find it funny, that prison rape is an accepted rape joke, and even shows have made humorous situations out of kids getting touched inappropriately, but its adult rape that is the touchy subject.
Shit Family Guy has made whole episodes about an old pervert who gets off on touching little kids, when the Jackson accusations came out people were having a good old time laughing about how he molested kids, whenever a female teacher has a relationship with an underage male people always joke about “Oh he probably liked it” it’s really an unfair situation. It’s like only certain rape victims get sympathy, as if the people getting prison raped were laughing when it happened or something.
sean rantcasey has an entertaining aura around him, i don’t know how to explain it. even when he’s blogging about something i couldn’t care less about, i’m somehow captivated. he likes all the cool hip stuff the kids like and is great all around
Me too. I also love androgynous looking people, and androgynous clothes.
Same, there’s something, maybe comforting? about it, like in the sense of comfort in their style but also feeling… Does that make sense? If I didn’t have a thing for dresses and skirts, I’m be in sweaters or tees and jeans 24/7. It’s so basic and simple and bah comfortable- if it wasn’t so late I’d like to think I’d be making more sense right now haha
They’re sick, especially when done right (and in my taste very basic- no logo or nonsense).
I love when stuff looks good unisex, which probably explains my sweater fascination. I mean for the body types I know a lot of stuff is changed up, but for the most part I love styles of clothes that can suit both