I don’t know whats more sad, the fact that the kid found out that his mother never loves him just as much, or the fact that the mother chose to sacrifice her kid instead of sacrificing herself for them.
rereblogging for that comment.
writing an essay then re-reading it before turning it in
am I sick from anxiety or am I actually physically ill? a memoir by me
am i lazy or horribly depressed: the sequel
does everyone hate me or am I just very insecure: the completion of the trilogy
In conclusion, it appears celebrities have become vessels of either an economic, evolutionary or sociological instinct to consume or imitate certain extraordinary members of society. We’ve seen how this reverence can have profound effects on both parties, oftentimes more negative than positive.
I believe that communal admiration of individuals is healthy for society. It facilitates the base of universal standards and morals and publicly espouses the values of certain practises that are inherently good. However, this kind of celebritization is only positive if the individual represents values that should be imitated by a reasonable moral person. We need to be choosier about our celebrities, or else we might find ourselves in the situation where we’re acting out the role of the town drunk.
We need to fight against our human instinct to deify our role models, but also fight against the instinct to subjugate ourselves in the process.
Why can’t there be a male hooter’s equivalent where male servers are shirtless and highly sexualized for their bodies and looks
Male Strip clubs. You’re thinking of male strip clubs.
No. Not a male strip club. A strip club is a strip…
Belle featurette from Fox Searchlight Pictures