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Millennials Are Problematic

Posted by V the K at 3:00 pm - January 12, 2018.
Filed under: Pop Culture

‘Friends’ the nineties sitcom mainstay has come to UK Netflix. Apparently, some of the precious little snowflakes can’t handle its “problematic” “racism” “homophobia” and “transphobia.”  Por ejemplo:

Chandler was increasingly uncomfortable with his sexuality in the earlier seasons of Friends, and was horrified when he discovered that a lot of women assumed he was gay when they first met him.

In one scene a co-worker tries to set Chandler up with a man and the rest of the episode is dominated by his obsession with proving that he’s straight.

He even uses his friend’s grandmother’s funeral as an opportunity to hit on a woman to prove that he’s not gay.

The scenes haven’t stood the test of time, with one saying they ‘can’t get over’ the homophobic undertones of the episodes. One tweeted: ‘It’s crazy to watch Friends on Netflix now and realize how homophobic and misogynistic the show really was.’

No wonder Generation Z hates the Millennials.

It’s almost as absurd as leftists trying to claim Haiti isn’t a sh-thole.

I’ve been watching some reruns of Absolutely Fabulous. Another nineties sitcom that would probably send social justice wankers into paroxysms of virtue signaling faux outrage.


It’s Not Every Day You See the Stupidest Thing You’ve Ever Seen

Posted by V the K at 8:51 am - January 12, 2018.
Filed under: Post 9-11 America

Can’t embed the video, you’ll have to go to the source to see it for yourselves.

“We’re trying to invent a new way of being, feeling, thinking, seeing and being seen,” the choreographer Moriah Evans said of her spooky new dance, “Figuring.” “There’s more of an interest in sensation.” In the dance, @mosnave explores minuscule movements that start from deep inside the body before moving out. They’re triggered by different energetic approaches: One, for instance, taps into vibrations. In this video, she said, her dancers show “a few of the emergent structures — you might call them mini-events — that are part of our practice and that will be in the piece.” Included in the daring @americanrealness festival, “Figuring” is performed this week by Nicole Marie Mannarino (in pink), @percivalpilates (in mustard) and @lizziefeidelson (in blue) at the industrial, cavernous @sculpturecenter in #LongIslandCity. Set to a score by @sapropelicpycnic, the work also has political underpinnings, and is a reaction to the current political climate. It’s “a real investment in making a feminist piece that empowers women’s bodies,” Moriah told the @nytimes writer @giadk. “There are so many ways to sense beauty.” @mosadek made this video for #SpeakingInDance, our weekly series exploring the world of #dance.

That’s what happens when “art” is made by people getting Government grants. When art actually has to appeal to people, you get… stuff like this. (Seriously, these guys make Michael Jackson look like the two women spazzing out in “Figuring.”)