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My contribution to the Swift debate.
“And in this ownership and objectification of men; this flagrant disrespect, it should come as no surprise as to why she has so many massacred relationships in her wake. It is no surprise that of her six celebrity relationships in the past six years none have lasted more than four months. No self-respecting person would stay with a partner that refers to them as “toys on the playground.”
Forgive me, but I don’t think you see them at all.
My first reblog accused me of using Swift to get a headline. I’m flattered they assume I’m that popular.
They also justify Taylor’s topics in her music because she wrote most of her songs before she was 18 years old. To which I respond:
“It feels like a perfect night to dress up like hipsters/
And make fun of our exes, uh uh uh uh”
~Taylor Swift on being 22 YEARS OLD; her song 22 on her Album RED.
#no means no
#no is a complete sentence
Possibly the original cartoon creeper.
Unlike most attempts at socializing girls to ACCEPT this type of behavior. Johnny Bravo is lucky to be alive after the amount of pummeling he’s gotten over the course of his show.
He would pursue women, women would make it clear that they were REJECTING HIM and he would CONTINUE PURSUING THEM. What do the women do. Punch him in the face.
It isn’t about the words you choose, or even the gestures you make, the faces you make, it’s about the continued pursuit. For Johnny to take a blatant “NO” as a “MAYBE TRY HARDER” is disrespect. And it doesn’t go unnoticed in this show, which I thoroughly respect.