The entire office (the entire third floor not exaggerating) was gagging yesterday and this person was asked to please not eat this at their desk. they are doing it again today. I am going to hurl.
print this out and give it to your crush without saying anything
People shouldn’t be shamed for what they eat
Wanna eat meat? That’s okay
Wanna not eat meat? That’s okay
Wanna not eat anything the comes from animals at all? That’s okay
People shouldn’t be ashamed of what they eat, unless it’s people. Don’t eat people.
A Seattle Times review of a recent Madonna tour stop praises the artist for “rocking us as a feminist icon” and applauds the singer for her brazen sexuality: “stripping down to a bra, then pulling her pants down below a thong and baring her cheeks to the Key [Arena].” Even the Guardian’s Freeman, in an ode to Like a Prayer, the writer’s favorite album, speaks longingly about Madonna’s midriff-baring ’80s fashion and the video to the title track, which “featured a woman named Madonna apparently giving a blow job to a black Jesus.”
Through a career that has included crotch-grabbing, nudity, BDSM, Marilyn Monroe fetishizing, and a 1992 book devoted to sex, Madonna has been viewed as a feminist provocateur, pushing the boundaries of acceptable femininity. But Beyoncé’s use of her body is criticized as thoughtless and without value beyond male titillation, providing a modern example of the age-old racist juxtaposition of animalistic black sexuality vs. controlled, intentional, and civilized white sexuality.