I’ll just leave this here…
I might have forgiven you, Jeff. Except that you didn’t skip over Malia’s mental development in order to more fully delve into her story or her struggles or, god-forbid, the plot. Nope, you skimmed over what ought to be a full on handicap in order to sexualize her and use her as the cherry popper for one of your precious boys like the misogynistic douche that you are. :)
When a writers ask the audience to simply “forgive” them from skipping over something extremely important, like the mental development of a character that was a wild animal since age 9, that’s how you know the writers are absolutely talentless.
at this point I’ve nearly forgotten that pirating movies and software is illegal
FIGHT CLUB is such an incredible cultural artifact of the 1990s. I think kids growing up in our post-crash, post- Iraq-Afghan war landscape need to at least hear the premise of this film (and book) to really appreciate what can shift in less than two decades’ time.
FIGHT CLUB is about a man in his late-20s/early-30s, with little to no financial obligations, who has a nice apartment in an American city and a stable job that pays him well enough to furnish his home in excess. He is so incensed by this, so disgusted, that he develops a charismatic, almost supernatural split personality, who then attempts to DESTROY ALL OF HUMAN CIVILIZATION AS WE KNOW IT.
If that isn’t the perfect distillation of where first-world, masculine culture was sitting less than twenty years ago, I don’t know what is.
"I think we all evolve as we get older and that’s normal but I like to think that my recent transition hasn’t made me into a different individual. Same person, no difference at all just a different sex."
“I would also like to to reach out to all young gender non-conforming youth out there: I know it’s hard, I’ve been there, but remember it’s your right to be accepted as what you identify with — you deserve the same respect as any other human being on this planet.”