There’s a boat here named pacific g*psy -____-
I’m used to seeing female bodies perfected and aspects concealed in the media (i.e. in hair removal ads for women hair is never shown). I wasn’t surprised when TMZ requested to interview me about my t-shirt but then cancelled because the image was “too explicit for television” – whereas during Rihanna’s abuse scandal her beaten up face was broadcasted hundreds of times. […] I’m used to hearing the top played songs on the radio tell me “I know you want it – just let me liberate you”, “You don’t know you’re beautiful, that’s what makes you beautiful”, “Put molly all in her champagne / She ain’t even know it / I took her home and I enjoyed that / She ain’t even know it”. […] I’m used to seeing reviews of an award show performance that critiques a female singer for being “slutty” but then fails to even mention the older male behind her. I’m used to reading articles about whole towns harassing a rape victim until she’s forced to leave. I don’t want to be used to this.
if you ship wincest then that’s your business but can i kindly, in the most polite way, request that you take a moment to look at your life choicesedit: ok seriously there is literally nothing ok with an incestuous ship, seriously.