Buy a Fleshlight and women become useless.
All women ever do is nag, complain and ask men for help.
i love the Women Against Feminism that are like “I dont need feminism because i can admit i need my husband to open a jar for me and thats ok!” cause listen 1. get a towel 2. get the towel damp 3. put it on the lid and twist. BAM now men are completely useless. you, too, can open a jar. time to get a divorce
I hope the guy you’re seeing reads that and dumps your hypocritical bitch ass. Fuck you.
Because of the assumptions that people make of nymphet bloggers: they think we’re willing to talk to an older man even if they treat us like shit, old men think it’s ok to send gross messages, there’s a lot of hate in the community and there are these girls who are like: hey look I have a 40 year old bf even if I’m 13, I’m a total nymphet and cool as fuck, I give blowjobs to all my male teachers hehe It’s annoying
Let’s also not forget the hypocritical nymphet bloggers who spend all day, every day romanticizing Lolita and posting pictures of older men with young girls, but get offended if you tell them you don’t see anything inherently wrong with ephebophilia.
Humbert was quite delusional.I mean he thought he could actually have Lolita’s child and rape her, and then have Lolita’s child’s child and rape her and on and on… He thought he could get away with it. He loved himself in a way that thoughts like “I could get caught” never occured to him. So, yes, he actually thought Lolita would forgive him, he thought that by giving her everything she could actually accept to be his slave. He was obsessed and blind, and couldn’t see anything but himself!
We are being told several times in the novel that we shouldn’t trust anything that H.H. says, so why is it that everyone distrusts him only when he says something nice, and no-one distrusts him when he says something that makes him look more like a monster?
Dylan Marron, SDCC 2014 (via ivory-spirals)
No, that’s not at all what they’re telling you. They are telling you that movie-making like everything else is about making money, and having a romantic lead that a very, VERY small part of the potential audience can identify with just doesn’t make bank.