Let’s talk Hannibal and feminism for a second.
Specifically, let’s talk about what makes Lecter’s character so appealing to a female audience and why that makes so many people uncomfortable.
(Takes the book & movie canons into account. TW for discussion of murder, cannibalism and violence as well as mentions of sexual violence.)
Excellent read. The books (especially Hannibal) are really explicitly written from a voyeur non-omnipotent third person perspective when they describe Lecter, which I always loved. You’re constantly reminded that you’re looking at him and your right to do that is really questionable. And if he catches you intruding, some bad shit is gonna go down.
in 5th grade they made my class do a seminar thing on drugs and we had to sign an anti-drug pledge and afterwards they gave us these really fancy certificates declaring that we would be drug free forever and i ended up rolling a joint with mine in freshman year so there u go
The worst part about smoking is that it is a disgusting habit. I hate the smell, the taste but the euphoric feeling is what leaves me wanting another draw. I only smoke when i’m upset or stressed and recently that’s all I’ve done.