who knew a card in cards against humanity could remind me of high school
Did you mean supernatural
no i meant high school honestly why do you guys do this
I think you mean supernatural
i literally do not
I’m pretty sure you do mean supernatural
IM SORRY YOUR FANDOM SUCKS AND MAKES EVERYTHING ABOUT THEM AND IM SORRY THE WRITERS OF YOUR FAVORITE SHOW ARE TOO HOMOPHOBIC TO POSSIBLY MAKE ANY OF THEIR MAIN CHARACTERS LGBT+ AND IM SORRY THEY QUEERBAIT INTO OBLIVION LIKE IM VERY SORRY
Seriously fandom, know your place
Wait I'm confused because back when you talked about all about that bass you thought that the body shaming in it was wrong but when nicki minaj does it it's suddenly ok?
Yeah that song’s entire premise is about being “all about that bass, no treble” whereas Anaconda is not.
Anaconda is about empowering black women’s bodies, empowering women’s sexualities and taking a piece of pop-culture and reversing the male gaze.
Nicki is explicitly talking about black women’s bodies and how objectified, over sexualised but simultaneously devalued in media while thin white women are held up as being pure and beautiful.
I don’t think All About That Bass has that much depth.
But also, I love Nicki and have no problem saying that my opinion will always be biased in her favour.
“A palpable distaste for women seeped between the cracks of the conference, in comical asides and throwaway comments. When the conference’s MC, Robert O’Hara, asked a woman in the audience a question and she responded with a no, he quickly shot back “Doesn’t no mean yes?” The audience burst into laughter.”
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: men’s rights activists aren’t pro-men, they’re anti-women. They’re sexist and disgusting and I would be surprised if most of them were not sexual predators.
I think good for her, I love that song.
She took a song objectifying black women’s bodies and flipped it on it’s head while still celebrating women with big buns
Like, she’s literally written a song to say ‘fuck you’ to all the white racists going on about her “grotesque” (literally what someone I know called her) ass, she literally doesn’t give a shit if you think she has a fat ass because she loves her butt.
She’s just said ‘what’s wrong with fat??’ which is something I totally support.
I think it’s a great song for body positivity for those of us who aren’t skinny, and tbh, we live in a culture that glorifies skinny people every day so if you genuinely have a problem with that line in this song, I’d recommend reassesing your daily privilege.
Sure, any body shaming is bad but is the “thin shaming” really worse than all the good this song does for women who literally never see their bodies celebrated by mass media?
Why, what is your opinion?