they only let us narrate yogurt commercials.
And feminine hygiene product ads.
Damn and maybe other domestic ads with cleaning, diapers, boo-boos and neosporan.
That’s right, lest we forget the drudgery ads. God forbid she does something topical and interesting. Nope.
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bo burnham’s take on today’s pop starts and their influences on teens
BUT LIKE ACTUALLY
“Men aren’t asked about age. Men aren’t asked about their children. Not that these things aren’t important, but I do feel like it becomes reductive when a woman’s life becomes, ‘Talk to me about your kids and how you feel about plastic surgery.’”
—Julianne Moore, by Will Davidson for DuJour Magazine, June 2013.
Spoiler - Two very different men, two very different reactions.
Are you sick of art history’s obsession with the gentle beauty of a female muse? Enough of these beautiful women with coy glances, flowing locks and milky soft skin — we’re ready for the men.
Nir Arieli's portrait series “Men” places men in traditionally feminine spaces and postures, illuminating the human characteristics that have, over time, become decidedly feminine traits. The following male muses are making us wish men felt free to explore their feminine sides more often. Behold, 11 reasons men should get in touch with a softer self.
I like that the men look good. Sometimes stuff like this is parody, is “ha ha, they look so silly doing lady things,” and that comes off kind of sour and misanthropic towards both men (whose presentation is constrained) and women (whose presentation is treated as ridiculous). But no, these men look sincere and gorgeous, and that’s awesome.