HBO loves tits. I’m not talking about the late, late-night special programming (I was just being polite - porn), but I am talking about regular primetime shows that prove to be game changers in the world of network original series. Shows like “Girls,” “Boardwalk Empire” and the most endowed show on the network, “Game of Thrones,” all seem to have an affinity for breasts.
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It’s no secret that Internet culture has produced an obsession with fame, but how far would you go to get your 15 minutes?
I would just like everyone to know that I’m having a very hard time in my life right now.
Ladies, don’t be afraid to cop a feel once in a while – preferably once a month.
When Claire Boucher (aka electronic pop artist Grimes) announced on her Tumblr that her world tour and album cycle were over, it wasn’t a friendly goodbye. The post, brimming with repetition of a world she did not wish to be a part of, surprised me because as the poster child for not giving a damn, Boucher wasn’t supposed to let an industry (whether music or fashion) and its preconceptions get to her. After all, her image told me so. Reading the post, I was proved wrong and so were thousands of other fans: her image does not define her. The image she baptized herself with has been taken out of personal context and fantasized into somebody over the Internet’s dream.
My living room was filled with generations of mom-archetypes recycled through the years. We have the neurotic, dramatic, helpless, professional, altruistic and cool moms all intermingled as contenders for the spot of “No.1 Best Mom in the World” this past Mother’s Day. And then there’s me, realizing that, inevitably, as science and pop culture have taught me, I will become one of these archetypes - presumably my mother.
You can now tell your mom all those hours you spent making fake families on “The Sims” was for the love of art.