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Why I’m Still Not Married
Tracy McMillan would have us all believe that women aren’t getting married because we’re clearly doing something wrong, as evidenced by her apparent driving need to write about it not once, but twice.
This entire article (if self-important bullshit puked through a keyboard could, indeed, be called an article) is rife with condescension and a certainty that any woman who disagrees with her clearly just doesn’t realize how right she is yet. It opens with the declarative, “YOU STILL WANT TO BE MARRIED.” Yes, it’s a continuation of her last article, but it raises an eyebrow right from the start; if you’re a woman reading this article, then you mus tbe looking to be married.
The “article” then goes on to accuse women of all sorts of crimes against female-ness, from being a “Mess” to being “Godless”, and outright claiming we need to fix these things if we ever want to get married.
Here’s the thing, Tracy McMillan; I’m not married because I don’t want to be married. (The rest under a cut to save space).
So, yeah, my Breton just married Farkas, in Skyrim. I’ll leave aside how ridiculous the whole process of getting married is, because it makes me laugh and titter just to think about it.
But this is a buff, tough guy, very stoic most of the time, who makes me pie. He doesn’t just make me pie, guys, he makes me pie every goddamned day. Fresh.
I can’t stop laughing. I will LOL forever at this.
Also, I am twelve.
A lovely demonstration of homophobia in this country.