Monthly Archives: March 2010

The only good thing about Twilight

is Taylor Lautner.

There, I said it.

His presence in New Moon made the movie somewhat bearable.  I’ve had millions of conversations about why his looks are superior Robert Pattenson’s.  It makes me unbelievably happy to see his face on an official pillow.  I even have a poster of him (a non-Twilight one) on the inside of my closet door.

You see, conceptually, I love the mania surrounding Twilight.  Any step that the mainstream media takes towards objectifying men is a good one.   Because I LOVE OBJECTIFYING MEN.   I want to see some bare chests dammit!  Bare chests that are  sexy instead of some hypermasculine ideal!

No one really gets that though.  Not the Americans, or even the Japanese.  Ladies and gentleman, the only people on earth to have truly grasped the concept of women wanting sexy things are the Koreans.

Yes, I know I posted that video last week.  But goddamn if that isn’t the epitome of what I’m talking about.  See men, we women aren’t so different: we love watching topless pretty things dance around too!

Anyway, I’ll cut this short, since this post is turning into an excuse to post shirtless men.

All I really want to see more of is, well, what I want to see.   I mean,  I have seen so many titties in my life. So many titties.  Augmented, drawn, well-oiled, PVC;  I feel like I have seen them all.  And I’m cool with that.  It’s just that I’d like to have something too, you know?  I hate that it’s one porno magazine for girls versus the millions for guys,  the one Shinji figure for the armies of Rei and Asuka, the two dudes from Twilight against a torrent of sexy Hollywood chicks.  We are half the world’s population, why can’t we be catered to too?

This lady pretty much sums up what I was trying to say with these last two posts, except she’s actually clear and articulate about it.  Also, I promise I wont bitch about Twilight next time.   Sorry that I made you guys go through that.  And yaoi doesn’t count as female pandering because yaoi-men look like shovels with eyes.