darksilenceinsuburbia:

Tristan Pigott

Urban Neurosis

Sunday Morning Overground

What’s Your Point

Running

Daily Assault

sterility:

i wish we were still friends2014

sterility:

i wish we were still friends
2014

so emotional literally crying at everything

so much is out of my control!!

animus-inviolabilis:

Group of Female Figures 
Joseph Mallord William Turner
c. after 1830

animus-inviolabilis:

Group of Female Figures

Joseph Mallord William Turner

c. after 1830

cardozzza:

Privileged people preaching nonviolence to oppressed people
Is violence


details to die for↳ valentino s/s 2015

details to die for
↳ valentino s/s 2015

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americanapparel:

It’s time for #AAHALLOWEEN ‘14! Get in the spooky spirit with the new Halloween lookbook.

okay but FUCK THIS american apparel that image is so fucked ????

but isn't Twin Peaks ABOUT the fetishization of the abuse of teenage girls? the show is as creepy and unsettling as it is because the bad guys do such terrible things to those girls. I don't think David Lynch is fetishizing or romanticizing abuse by making his antagonists abuse women. (i hope this has a friendly tone, i'm not trynna be an asshole just trynna make a point)

@hot-gloo

goin-against-your-mind:

awdrey-gore:

no worries it’s totally in a friendly tone and i am def open for discussion, and yeah it obviously is but i don’t know…. to me it feels a little bit like romanticizing it??? like yeah the people who abuse the girls are really horrible and they aren’t shown in anything but a bad light but it’s still just watching beautiful young girls get terribly abused and it makes me feel really bad. i feel like there’s just SO MUCH media about that sort of thing, and so much violence against teenage girls as it is, so to me i am skeptical of any use of violence against really beautiful teenage girls in the media unless it serves a purpose that nothing else could… i don’t know i’m not writing off the show completely i’m just uncomfortable watching it. so i guess yeah even if it is explicitly about that i still don’t want to watch it

You really have to consider the time period that Twin Peaks was made. Shows like it weren’t prevalent at the time and the concept was incredibly fresh. Young, pretty girls dying wasn’t something that happened every week in the real world and definitely not a concept regularly explored on TV. Also, if you watch the entire series and the prequel you get to know the female characters who either die or are subjected to violence. It’s always considered a tragedy by the characters who experience graphic mourning in the first episode and are permanently shaken by the events. Later on, strong female characters such as Audrey, Shelly, and Donna are established. They’re perhaps some of the first examples of independent women in popular TV, something that really took off in later shows such as The X-Files, Buffy, etc. Honestly, romanizing death and violence against women is not even remotely what Twin Peaks was about and something that only someone who hasn’t watched it would think.

you’re right, ergh i just can’t stomach it right now to get through to that or whatever, maybe when i’m in a more stable position i will be able to 

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bobbygio:

Roberto Ferri - Prigione di lacrime

bobbygio:

Roberto Ferri - Prigione di lacrime

but isn't Twin Peaks ABOUT the fetishization of the abuse of teenage girls? the show is as creepy and unsettling as it is because the bad guys do such terrible things to those girls. I don't think David Lynch is fetishizing or romanticizing abuse by making his antagonists abuse women. (i hope this has a friendly tone, i'm not trynna be an asshole just trynna make a point)

@hot-gloo

awdrey-gore:

no worries it’s totally in a friendly tone and i am def open for discussion, and yeah it obviously is but i don’t know…. to me it feels a little bit like romanticizing it??? like yeah the people who abuse the girls are really horrible and they aren’t shown in anything but a bad light but it’s still just watching beautiful young girls get terribly abused and it makes me feel really bad. i feel like there’s just SO MUCH media about that sort of thing, and so much violence against teenage girls as it is, so to me i am skeptical of any use of violence against really beautiful teenage girls in the media unless it serves a purpose that nothing else could… i don’t know i’m not writing off the show completely i’m just uncomfortable watching it. so i guess yeah even if it is explicitly about that i still don’t want to watch it

also like the portrayal of teenage girls wanting/being intrigued with that kind of sexual violence? idk

but isn't Twin Peaks ABOUT the fetishization of the abuse of teenage girls? the show is as creepy and unsettling as it is because the bad guys do such terrible things to those girls. I don't think David Lynch is fetishizing or romanticizing abuse by making his antagonists abuse women. (i hope this has a friendly tone, i'm not trynna be an asshole just trynna make a point)

@hot-gloo

no worries it’s totally in a friendly tone and i am def open for discussion, and yeah it obviously is but i don’t know…. to me it feels a little bit like romanticizing it??? like yeah the people who abuse the girls are really horrible and they aren’t shown in anything but a bad light but it’s still just watching beautiful young girls get terribly abused and it makes me feel really bad. i feel like there’s just SO MUCH media about that sort of thing, and so much violence against teenage girls as it is, so to me i am skeptical of any use of violence against really beautiful teenage girls in the media unless it serves a purpose that nothing else could… i don’t know i’m not writing off the show completely i’m just uncomfortable watching it. so i guess yeah even if it is explicitly about that i still don’t want to watch it

so i started rewatching twin peaks a couple days ago and i hadn’t watched it since 8th grade and like… yes the aesthetic is really pleasing and the music sets a great feel and everything about it sets a delightfully creepy tone but honestly the fetishization of the abuse of young pretty teenage girls makes me feel really uncomfortable?? like i can’t even watch any more episodes because i’m so done watching teenage girls be abused