Mayim Bialik and Jennifer Aniston (Molloy, 1990)
TBBT Meme: Friendships
Penny and Dr. Amy Farrah Fowler
“We’re best friends, besties, BFF’s, two of a kind, two peas in a pod, sisters who would share traveling pants.”
“Everything the light touches is the Big Bang Theory fandom.”
For Raz, Koops, Chloe and Andy.
oh my god CRYING
Wouldn’t it be nice if Sheldon played a song and sang for Amy while sober?
Since it’s summer and this mindset begins to pop up more, let us clarify something.
Girls being upset over being seen in bra/panties but not bikinis is not a double standard.
If she’s in a bikini, it’s what she consciously chose to wear and be seen in, in a public space, and like any outfit she was prepared to be seen in it by other people.
If you’ve caught a girl in her underwear, however, you’re probably trespassing in her bedroom, bathroom, or other personal space, where she should be in privacy, and she has every right to be upset if that privacy is violated.
It’s not about what she’s wearing or what it is covering, but rather her privacy and consent to be seen in the first place. Please respect that.
Yes yes yes!
I might perform in even less than a bikini and my nipples might be on the internet, but they are where I choose for them to be, where I consent for them to be. But take away my consent and my privacy and my choice of when and where to show myself by “sneaking a peek” or looking up my skirt or barging into the dressing room… uh-uh. No. No no no no no.
When someone tried to blackmail me with threats of posting nude photos of me that were private and stolen (ugh) the part that made me angriest was that this person was taking my choices away from me. I am fine with being seen naked (obviously), but I was not fine with that not being my choice. I wanted to be naked for certain people in conditions I controlled. (Happy ending for those who are new: the pictures were not released and the fucker who tried to blackmail me went to jail for a bit and has a 10 year felony! :D)
Much like sex, I get to choose who participates in it with me, and even if I let 99.9% of the world participate, it’s my body and I can decide that .01% does not and you don’t get to be mad. It isn’t a double standard. It’s my body and no one is entitled to it just because other people get some. If I don’t want you seeing me or touching me, you don’t get to see or touch me.
My body is not a snack I brought to school. I don’t have to bring enough for the whole class.