ooohhh I was talking to a friend and I was wondering why I stopped having a crush on Daniel Day Lewis and she reminded me that he was horrible to all his girlfriends and young feminist me said "fuck that noise"
@MaieAiyed we have to call off the renaissance, just remembered he's horrible and literally met and married his current wife without telling his live-in girlfriend
well there's a reason we don't hold on to nostalgia. hope they're teaching them better in ireland these days.
only slightly related, remember to keep friends who have known you long enough to keep receipts on your high school crushes

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3 May
If I could only tell you the incredible peace I've experienced by removing all the journalism from my twitter bio
I have not had one (1) single issue of harassment, abuse or unhinged tweet since I changed my Twitter bio to something bland. When it had my titles and publications, I was constantly fielding people who thought replying to a Fancy Media Person was Their Big Break on Twitter
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I'm a Jane Austen fan and I would want to know everything about this. Anyone who doesn't is telling on themselves about what they (incorrectly) see in her work: An idealized white society.
As a fan of hers I often have trouble seeing the POV of fans who see Austen as a charming romance novelist. She was as keen-eyed and cutting a social observer as ever existed, especially in that time. She was frank about sordid events and never would have run from the truth.
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May Day starts at home, fyi.
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