This tumblelog kind of has ADD/ADHD. Or maybe I'm just too eclectic for my own good; whatever works. Just a massive clusterfuck, to be honest. Order in chaos or some shit.
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"Guilty Pleasures” made me feel genuinely bad for Brody, and that, for me, is a point in the plus column. Of course, this point is negated completely by Rachel seeming to swell with love at the idea that Finn beat the shit out of her boyfriend for her. (More awkward still that this physical violence was romanticized in the same episode where Chris Brown was vilified for his own acts of physical violence. So it’s bad when Chris Brown does it, but romantic and gentlemanly when Finn does it? Yikes. It’s bad all around, Glee. Physical violence is bad. Sure, I guess you can argue that domestic abuse is not the same as an all-boy saloon brawl, but… that’s getting into a whole mess of gender-related issues. Let’s just stick with this: physical violence is bad. I don’t care if it’s ‘on behalf of a lady’s honor.’ Let’s not glorify male aggression and encourage feminine frailty. Physical violence is bad!)"