This is what transmisogyny looks like. [link corrected to original source]
Other Hathor readers might be interested (by which I mean, angered by) this piece, which explains that “Virginia is one of eight states that excludes people in dating relationships—in other words, unmarried couples or partners—from getting protective restraining orders, and for the past three years, the state has failed an annual assessment of domestic-violence-protection laws. ” It discusses this in relation to the Yeardley Love tragedy.
Ray also sent:
18-year-old Jamie Keiles created the [Seventeen Magazine] project as “an attempt to spend one month living according to the gospel of Seventeen Magazine,” and blogged about her experience with the magazine and media coverage of teen girls, etc. She examines and critiques the advice that such magazines are giving. And now there’s a chance for others to contribute — until July 6, she’s inviting readers to finish the sentence “Hey mainstream media, we are…” so that everyone who has ever felt alienated by a magazine like Seventeen gets a chance to represent themselves. People have begun sending in photos, with posters that read, for example, “I AM EMBRACING MY “thick waves, frizzy curls, and poufy hair.” and “NOT AFRAID OF BUTTER (OR LOVE HANDLES)”
Hat-tip to Jha: Christian Nymphos.
I really liked this documentary on big breasts — particularly since it touched on street harassment.
Indeed, one could even describe it as hero’s journey bukkake.