- Compare ‘Twilight’ to porn or abusive relationships.
– I have read a blog post about how Bella is in an abusive relationship. Had I not had one my self, I maybe could have bought into that. Not every abusive relationship is the same, but reading the storyline Edward is anything but abusive. You’re underestimating young girls’ comprehensions. If a young girl gets herself into an abusive relationship and stays it’s within her own doing. I’m pretty feminist at times myself, but I don’t think a girl is going to relate the abuser to Edward. Unless of course they read articles depicting Edward’s character as abusive. If you’re to assume girls will excuse their boyfriend’s abuse because of Edward’s treatment of Bella then I can assume that they won’t without it being put in their head first. “I love the Edward, but now I am being told he’s an abuser. I love an abuser?”
– If anything a woman does that is comparable to a man who watches porn, it’d be shopping and if you needed it to be more specific: shoe shopping. Comparing one reading ‘Twilight’ for the romance and the allure of Edward is nothing like a man watching porn. Porn can be harmless and I won’t lie and say I have never watched it. Shopping for shoes can be harmless and I won’t say I have never done it. Porn can be an addiction and ruin marriages and cause young men to objectify and have unreal expectations of women behind closed doors. Shopping can be addicting, shoes especially and cause one to go into massive debt possibly ruining a marriage. Reading a sexually charged vampire romance saga is nowhere near like watching porn. Women know that they may not ever meet an Edward. Men do not know that they couldn’t ever meet a Jenna Jamison.
- Tell me you support LGBT etc. community by raising your son as gender nonspecific. Include that everything he owns and has and does is girly. Then inform me he is 5 years old. Lady, you have problems. You obviously wanted a girl and are imposing this on your son and it will mentally, emotionally and physically cause damage to him. He’s 5, he doesn’t know what he wants. Let him be like that at home, but refrain it from public scrutiny. If your son wanted cotton candy every morning and McDonald’s every night, are you going to comply? Also, show me pictures of all 3 of your boys’ rooms having them completely decked out in purples, pinks, rainbows, my little ponies and tell me you are not in anyway imposing this lifestyle on them.
- Say you want peace and prosperity for this country yet in the exact same statement include that everyone who didn’t vote Obama to be ignorant and racist. Let me bow down to such intelligence. You’re going to go far, kid.
- Tell me you know the way something works for fact, then when proven wrong act like you didn’t say that or mean it that way. Also tell me I’m the one who has issues with being wrong.
- Lie all the time when you can’t lie for shit. Hint: to get away with a lie it should be 75-80% truth. Any less and when you get caught you won’t be able to talk your way out of it as you will have forgotten you lied about it.