-some HBO show called girls had a plot of main character, some unattractive city bish in her mid 20's , having a sexual fling with older successful established doctor in his 40s.
-people watching show say "that would never happen in real life" (i.e. doctor could do way better for himself)
-fatties and feminists freak out, even though i think everyone would agree that the super bowl commercial of fat guy and bar rafaeli kissing is the same concept
- this bish writes:
In the real world, I am an attractive woman. I'm tall, with large breasts, nice legs and a pretty face. I dress to flatter my assets. I carry myself confidently. Men notice me -- a few times a month, a man hands me his phone number on the subway train or in line at the deli. (Is that obnoxious to say? Sorry, I like myself.)
But the kind of attractive I am doesn't exist in the realm of media. If you were to put me on a television show -- well, no one would ever put me on a television show but if they did -- I would have to be a supporting character, the undesirable but sassy best friend in a romantic comedy, perhaps, at a safe remove from any of the actual romance.
The same goes for some corners of the Internet. Online, I am often called fat and ugly (in less kind terms) by those who view my articles and videos on YouTube, Reddit, Digg and various message boards. These men and women see me as inherently un****able -- when I have written on sexual topics, they have speculated that I cannot know what I'm talking about, since no one would ever want to have sex with me. When I did a humor video on "boners," for instance, more than one person wondered how I could ever have seen a hard penis, since my appearance would naturally shrivel any erections in the vicinity.
turn back now
this is your only warning
dammit im warning you
ok you asked for it
dont blame me you're the one still scrolling