Any LDS in Sydney?
Cherry Bar, Melbourne
Returned to Sydney a few days ago and it was my first night back t my home club last night. I fucking love that place, and all the girls there. Everything just went back to normal and my friends were back around me again. I like Melbourne, but I’m in love with Sydney.
secret-eroticaus said: I'd love to see you in the flesh at work. You are breathtaking!
Aw you’re so nice!
Fun at work!
Had a customer last night that looked like Tom Hiddleston. Bitch loved me.
Let’s go back to 1945…
Let’s not… Let’s play a game called “Context Matters!”
That picture on the left, so iconic and romantic? Yeah, that’s a sexual assault right there. That man was a stranger, a strong stranger who grabbed a random woman on the street, and “kissed” her. In her words:
Suddenly, I was grabbed by a sailor. It wasn’t that much of a kiss… “I felt that he was very strong. He was just holding me tight. I’m not sure about the kiss…it was just somebody celebrating. It wasn’t a romantic event.
That picture on the right, the one that looks like a man holding a woman down in the mists of a riot, her clothes disheveled as he kissed her hard? That man is her boyfriend. He’s comforting her. Her real attackers are the police. An eyewitness stated:
The girl who was knocked over landed head first on the pavement with her boyfriend landing partially on top of her. She was in visible pain, crying, but the two officers gave them a parting shove and moved on.
The left picture: an icon of sexism, male privilege, and female objectification.
The right: real love in the face of brutal state force.
Also, the man in the picture from 1945 was on a date with another woman in the background of that picture.
Way to set the standard, man.
HOLY SHIT CAN YOU NOT.
The woman in the kiss photo, Edith Shain, does not recount the experience as a sexual assault, as a matter of fact, she said, AND I QUOTE,
“As for the picture, it says so many things — hope, love, peace and tomorrow. The end of the war was a wonderful experience, and that photo represents all those feelings.”
She also exchanged Christmas cards with him each year for a while afterwards. Until her death a couple years ago, she was on good terms with him. You do not get to make a victim out of her in order to support your cause.
"You have to be a little fucked up to work in this club"
-Roxy @ The World Famous Showgirls
So true Rox