“Girls, will you get the door?” Andrea called from the upstairs study. “Your mom probably forgot her key again.”
“Hey Andy, come here!” Cassidy called. “It’s for you!”
Andrea quickly saved her file and shut her laptop before heading down the stairs. As she approached the foyer, she locked eyes with a young woman who had obviously been living on the street. A little boy peeked out from behind her legs. “Caroline, Cassidy, go upstairs, please,” Andrea said.
Red 2 (2013) : Victoria Winslow
That Paris exists and anyone could choose to live anywhere else in the world will always be a mystery to me.
I was so inspired by this. It is a beautiful expression of self love and body positive thoughts! Kudos to this girl, and thank you for the inspiration!
Rashid al-Daif’s provocative novel Who’s Afraid of Meryl Streep? takes an intimate look at the life of a recently married Lebanese man…Rashoud purchases a television in the hopes of luring his wife back home, but in a pivotal scene, he instead finds himself alone watching Kramer vs. Kramer. Without the aid of subtitles, he struggles to make sense of the film, projecting his wife’s behavior onto the character played by Meryl Streep, who captivates him but also frightens him in what he sees as an effort to take women’s liberation too far. Who’s Afraid of Meryl Streep? offers a glimpse at evolving attitudes toward virginity, premarital sex, and abortion in Lebanon and addresses more universal concerns such as the role of love and lust in marriage.
aka 99% of Fox News programming.
EVERYONE ON THE INTERNET SHOULD HAVE THIS AT THE READY.
Great for engaged political thinking or studying rhetorical devices.
Or, you know, successfully arguing with your favorite fandom. All are important.