Posts Tagged ‘Ever’
Says she’s not a feminist; talks about patriarchy on the reg.
Steve Marcus / Reuters
Since Shailene Woodley said she isn't a feminist in early May, there's been a hubbub. The star of Divergent and The Fault in Our Stars took some flak when she said she believes in “sisterhood more than feminism,” and she held her position on the term “feminist” in the Daily Beast, saying, “I know how I feel and I don't need to call myself a 'feminist' or 'not a feminist' because I know what my truth is.” At a moment when a certain brand of disingenuous feminism is praised to an entirely disproportionate degree (Who run the world? STILL WHITE MEN, BEYONCÉ), maybe it's more important to pay attention to what Woodley is actually saying about women and the world than to whether she self-identifies as a feminist.
“For me, one of the things that I'm so passionate about in life is empowering young girls to reconnect with their own power. There's this trend in society where, up until The Hunger Games, which was one of the first young adult series that did this, it was always the damsel in distress, or the girl having to change herself for love…there are a lot of movies where someone falls in love with someone else based purely on attraction, and there's no depth, and no conversation. It just feeds the fire of materialism, and feeds the fire of make up, and false attire, and whatnot. The one thing I really loved about Divergent is that Tris is a heroine and fights for what she believes in, is passionate about it, and is willing to risk her life for the greater good of humanity, but also, the relationship between her and Theo. I feel very proud to be a part of a franchise that doesn't exploit young love, and doesn't exploit what that means, and really treats it tenderly. They're more partners than they are lovers, and for me, that's what I want in my life.”
— The Daily Beast
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“Friends are like stars, they come and go, but the ones that stay are the ones that glow.” Soy true.
First off, he'll always accept the person you are; on the inside AND on the outside.
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He loves to play matchmaker for you!
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He's got his priorities in line!
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Question by Oliver: Do anyone think there will ever be new star wars movies?
i really miss star wars and id love new movies to be released does anyone think they will ever release anymore movies.
Answer by Jr
Help us George Lucas, Your our only hope .
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Question by localsdrocker: Will they ever finish the last two movies in the His Dark Materials trilogy?
Just wondering, because when they released the Golden Compass movie they left out a lot of the controversial stuff and in the second novel, the Subtle Knife I don’t think they can make a standard pc children’s movie out of it while trying to ignore the strong undercurrent of religion again. What do you think?
Answer by Academy Award Boy
Well the first did bad at the box office and I heard that it received bad reviews so I guess not
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It’s been an oddly barren breast desert this week (I know people from the south have magic, Paula Deen. I’ve seen True Blood.), so here’s Courtney Stodden squeezing her new implants into a rainbow bikini because she loves gay rights so much and is not at all capitalizing on an event she knows nothing about. Read More …
In honor of his 48th birthday, let's take a closer look at why we love him. Hint: It's his face.
His “I LIKE PRANCING” look.
RDJ's “I can do sports” face.
His “I am the light at the end of the tunnel” face.
His “Pee-Wee's Playhouse” look.