Aspiring to be the next Tina Fey, Rachel spends her free time doing nothing to reach that goal. While judging people based on how they use "they're" vs. "there" on social media, she likes eating buffalo chicken dip, watching other people's Netflix, and wearing sweatpants way more than is socially acceptable.
That’s literally the whole point.
The fact that you used the word “retarded” to disagree with my work is reason enough to completely ignore everything you fucking said.
This was a joke. But your lack of a moral compass and atrocious word choice isn’t.
If I can ever tear myself away from Netflix and pizza I’ll totally do it. Free copy for you, Abbyb313
This was actually fascinating. Thanks!
If you actually know Veronica then you would know that it does not. Now scram, boys.
Veronica didn’t write this but nice try!
That’s why I wrote it. Tons of women didn’t know. It’s time they do.
Buy a vibrator.
I disagree. I’m not saying I agree with her stance. But I think it had a right to be published. Just because her views don’t align with yours, or with some other peoples’, it doesn’t mean it’s wrong, or should be hidden. She’s just giving a perspective. One that some girls can relate to. We shouldn’t silence people because we disagree with them. That would be even more petty than some of the things this girl is feeling.
(First, yes, I did mention STDs in this. Saying that this method doesn’t protect from them)
ALL OF YOUR CAPS MAKES ME REALIZE THAT YOU FEEL STRONGLY ABOUT THIS. And that’s great. You totally should. Sex and sexuality is very personal and should be taken seriously. The point of THIS is to say that it’s not as ineffective as some people may think, when done properly.
If you don’t want to have sex this way. Don’t. Please. Do what is best for you, always. But some people do this. As I mentioned above, using an app to track ovulation can be VERY helpful. Get tested. Have your partner tested (remember the STD thing?) “Have impeccable timing.” Because precum is a thing. All of these were addressed above.
It’s not easy. It’s not right for everyone. It’s not the most effective or safe way. But it’s a way some people use. And if done correctly, it can be pretty effective. That’s all.
That issue is discussed throughout, and in my previous comments. It’s the entire basis of this piece.
As for things that support this. In response to you using the “my parents pay for everything” article, that was a very well written piece by one of the most down to Earth, humorous, and amazing people I know. The point of that article was the you shouldn’t live in fear of the stereotype. She said how she respects her parents and feels very lucky to have them. She was saying a perspective a lot of people have. Not that she’s better than anyone. Just that her situation is something that IS, and that’s how she feels.
I have paid for my entire education myself, and I respect her for that piece. Which is the point of THIS article. We’re all different. We need to be different. If we’re all the same, we’ll be proving “society” right.
Finally, TSM is mostly satirical. We make fun of the stereotypes in a drawn out way. If you can’t laugh at yourself then what’s the point? That’s what we try to do, and if we can occasionally throw in a serious piece like this, then I feel like we’ve succeeded.
There are also stereotypes about being a woman, being blonde, being fat, being white, being whatever.
People are going to judge you. Instead of trying to act one way and act like we do or don’t do something, we should concentrate on being genuine.
you get it.
…it’s a joke.
Nothing gets past you.
Okay bubbleybath. Okay.