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tinnie @tinnie ?

active 3 years, 9 months ago
  • tinnie commented on the blog post Black Swan: A Feministing Discussion   3 years, 9 months ago · View

    I actually found this movie atrocious. I was a huge fan of Afronsky for his abilities to go deeper into film making than most commercial directors, but this just confused and frustrated me. Not only was it offensive portrayal of ballerinas— apparently all of them are either whores, bitchy, catty, or frigid and naive, I’m [...]

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      Emme · 3 years, 6 months ago

      I agree about the sex scenes being there only for the pleasure of the hetero male viewer

  • tinnie wrote a new blog post: Violence Against Women in TV raised over 100 percent to 400 percent   4 years, 11 months ago · View

    This was actually a quite decent report on yahoo to my surprise (but not surprised it didn’t make the "over exposed celebrity teens" on the top five highlighted articles of the day…). I laughed at the end where he says "It’s the parents fault" and saying its just some "way to fit their own ideas". We’ll, usually I [...]

  • Today I was asked in speech class to talk about “If I were God, what would I change?” and “What do you like or dislike about the opposite gender?” Two very biased questions from the beginning, right? Well, I expected a little bit more from a world traveler that is my teacher. The first question, which someone even [...]

  • tinnie wrote a new blog post: “Perverted Hipsters, Rejoice!”   5 years ago · View

    Thumbnail Ironically after just clicking out of this website to check out some new gadgets on this other website (yah, I’m a dork), I found something very surprising… Yes, at first glance I thought it was some cliche’ sexist hipster t-shirt for ignorant women to wear thinking they are so clever and just "referencing Pavement’s sunny side up" [...]

  • tinnie wrote a new blog post: I can’t believe I read this.   5 years ago · View

    Yah. I’m talking about the ‘New York Times Bestseller’ Marilyn Manson’s Long Road Out of Hell Just to give a quick pretext, I am also reading other biographies such as Marie-Therese Bourbon and Marie Antoinette. I found this little piece of work, and was troubled. I HATE, I mean HATE, this guy. But, I wanted to have a [...]

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