If the companies making the costumes would stop making every costume for adult women and teens “sexy” then there would be no “National Dress Like A Slut Day,” as you call it. Don’t blame the girls and women for something they can’t always control. Plus, if they want to dress that way, it’s their choice. Dressing in those costumes doesn’t make them sluts, and not dressing in those costumes doesn’t make them saints or classy.
I need to address something I've been seeing on my dash, alot.
I know no one actually reads my text posts, but maybe someone will eventually.
I know a lot of blog runners who have photo blogs or theme blogs don’t tag a lot of things, and that’s okay. Aesthetically, I understand. I don’t tag a lot of things either. But I’m going to give you a list of things that can potentially harm others emotionally.
These things can seem trivial, but as someone who doesn’t look to thrash others without reason, even the trivial things matter. So, here’s a list of terms that may deeply offend or emotionally trigger otherwise controlled behavior:
I don’t talk much about the story I originally started this blog for, so if you don’t know what this is about it’s okay. But, I need to start writing again before I lose the little talent I have, and I’m thinking about maybe writing up Calling On Dixie as a teleplay/screenplay instead of a book. A lot of shows on tv that are based in the south or in the country are either sitcoms or incredibly ridiculous and stereotype heavy, and it’s something I’d really like to combat.
I have a lot of hope for that new show Nashville. It reminds me a bit of Country Strong, so I’m hoping it isn’t terribly written, overly dramatic, or entirely based on stereotypes of country music and southern people.