”She stands out on the red carpet because she does not smile broadly or pose; she usually looks slightly uncomfortable. Of her red-carpet experience,Stewart said:
People say that I’m miserable all the time. It’s not that I’m miserable, it’s just that somebody’s yelling at me…I literally, sometimes, have to keep myself from crying…It’s a physical reaction to the energy that’s thrown at you.”
“Stewart is often a target of a specific kind of body policing: the “smile, baby” requirement. When she appears on the red carpet and does not assure us with her teeth that she is simply thrilled to be reduced to a presence, a dress, a posture, she is often the target of harassment for her expression. There is an expectation of women in general and famous woman in particular to always assure the onlooker that they are happy to be looked upon through smiling, and Stewart rejects this.”
“Women are expected to be nice and sweet, to make other people feel comfortable. A woman who says ‘hey, I think there’s a problem here’ is being ‘negative.’ A woman who doesn’t smile while she’s being harassed is ‘humourless.’ A woman who prefers to stay focused on tasks is a ‘cold bitch.’ Significant gendering is involved here; women have an obligation to look and act a certain way and when they don’t, they need to be hassled until they do.”
Jimmy: You know what was really disturbing on the show, was when you had to eat the horse heart.
You should know I disagree with a lot of traditional advice. For instance, they say the best revenge is living well. I say it’s acid in the face—who will love them now? Mindy Kaling
He doesn’t see himself as a villain. He’s the hero of this story! That’s how you have to play it: ‘I’m the fucking lead! Why isn’t anyone treating me like the lead?
At this point, why is anyone against gay marriage? You know you’re going to lose. You know you’re on the wrong side of things. These are the same people that didn’t want women to vote, that didn’t want black guys to play football. What was the last thing they were opposed to? Interracial relationships? Look, if you’re opposed to interracial relationships, guess what: I’m fucking white girls, there’s nothing you can do about it!
Sansa had the grace to blush. she blushed prettily. she did everything prettily.
When I walk around, sometimes people recognize me from things they’ve seen me in, TV or whatever. And they’d say, you know, stuff, and a lot of times, I wouldn’t hear what they’d said because I had headphones on. So, I kinda just go, ‘Cool, man. Glad you like the show.’ And I’d just keep walking. And this one guy said something to me one time, and I went, ‘Cool, man. Glad you like the show.’ And then right when I walked past him, I realized, ‘Oh, man, that guy didn’t say anything about the show.’ He went, ‘Hey, man, your fly’s down.’ And I went, ‘Cool, man. Glad you like the show. Glad you like seeing my d*ck pop out of my pants. Come back next week, you can see one of my balls.’
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