Guy asks for interview
I tell him to email me the questions and I’ll get around to it
Guy emails me telling me he’ll send questions, but never actually sends them.
A week later he suddenly posts an article with a photo of me on his site, deciding that I am trans without me…
This is a repost from my personal blog:
Okay, so I didn’t originally plan to make a blog post about what’s been happening, but given how much media attention this has gotten, I feel like I should make a post just to clarify what’s going on, and the timeline of events thus far.
That’s weird that the headline was apology given that there’s no apology in the post he made.
On Sunday evening we came across the above picture of Arsene Wenger giving a press conference following Arsenal’s 1-0 defeat to Monaco in the Emirates Cup. Stood in silence in the background were four female Emirates flight attendants, who held forced smiles throughout while Wenger reflected on the defeat. This seemed a clear case of sexist objectification, with the women serving as background decoration for the enjoyment of the assumed male, heterosexual audience.
Batgirl receives a multiversal, time-travelling selfie from Dick Grayson.
(REALLY excited for the new Batgirl, you guys)
There needs to be a selfie war/tumblr that reblogs all these amazing selfie drawings.
"The difference two years can make."
I was going to point out how ridiculous it is that someone being tortured in Chick’s Hell would have the time/energy to compose not just an angry letter to Earth, but a rhyming angry letter to Earth AND how ridiculous it is that demons in Hell would be willing to deliver letters to Earth, but then I realized something.
That letter was plagiarized. Even if she did find Jesus, she’d be going to creator hell for stealing other people’s work.
Personally, I have no EPL club. However, I have devised an experiment! I’m going to take all EPL clubs and place them in a bracket, March Madness style. When a club wins that week, the move on. For instance: let’s say, in the bracket, it’s Man City and Tottenham. If, for that week, MC wins and Tottenham lose, Man City advances. Of both teams win, lose, or draw in the same week, then neither advance and the matchup carries over to the following week. This is truly the best thing I can think of to choose a club without any biases. Of anyone else has a better idea or addendums, feel free to share!
I am fascinated by how American Premier League fans identify a rooting interest. Free of such obligations as a “local” team to support, the stories are most often full of wonder. The product of a chance exchange student experience in Leicester or a random relative hailing from Stoke.
I kind of want to do that just for fun and see what happens.
Date someone who looks at you the way Mark Ruffalo looks at Paul Rudd.
Phew! I was worried for a moment that Paul Rudd contained hydrogenated oils.