I have become rapt over a guy buying diapers at Target, narrating the whole time, or a woman pushing her baby on a swing, doing what normal mothers do every day.
I think that a lot of efforts to “empower” women (or whatever group) would be much more impactful if they were turned around on men. Like, I don’t need to be empowered. I need men to stop disempowering me.
UNPOPULAR OPINION: I Don't Want To Look At Your Dog (While Eating, Shopping Or Generally Outside Of A Home)
It’s about common decency, which I think -- in the most Larry David-ish way possible -- does not receive enough thought and attention in our supposedly civilized world.
Fat women of color, women with guts, women with flat butts or flat chests, women with double chins -- these women are rarely represented by anyone, still.