"What a pleasure it is to degrade a woman. I’ve never gotten to do that before. I’ve always respected women. So we just wanted to turn it over on its head and make people go, Women and their bodies are beautiful. Men are always gonna want to follow them around."
Robin Thicke’s new song, “Blurred Lines,” is the number one song in the country right now. It is also very sickening because of its implication of rape and sexual harassment and its not-so-subtle promotion of rape culture (that he then seems to attribute to human nature—great). See more of what disturbing things Thicke had to say and read about some of the backlash on the Huffington Post. (via you-do-not-do)
somebody get this motherfucker forreal
yeah read this article tonight, what a fucking creep
Yes, because degrading women and objectifying their bodies is so original and not the norm. Especially not in the entertainment industry.
"i am a woman
"my english is broken.
have to try harder to understand
breaking this language
you so love
is my pleasure.
in your arrogance
you presume that i want your skinny language.
that my mouth is building a room for
in the back of my throat
it is not."
i have seven different words for love, you have one, that makes a lot of sense,
nayyirah waheed (via nayyirahwaheed
"Cunt again? It was odd how men … used that word to demean women when it was the only part of a woman they valued."
Asha Greyjoy, A Dance With Dragons (via deadrobb
"in our own ways,
we all break.
it is okay
to hold your heart outside of your body
at a time."