I could aim to take over the world and fall flat on my arse. The already-iconic album cover depicts a fully naked slowthai locked in stocks in front of a soon-to-be-demolished Northampton tower block. Instead of attempting to prevent his demise, his neighbours are pictured watching on, intrigued by the spectacle. For too long, he believes the British media has stigmatised teenage mothers, but he wants to be one of the people to help destroy this perception. The reality is they are braver and have more courage than just about anyone you know. For too long, men have had all the power and that needs to shift in another direction. This Northampton rapper is bringing small-town life to the big stage, one semi-naked show at a time. I want to embody the punk ideals.
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Don't be afraid to show him what you want. If there's something you don't like, "don't lie and pretend" you're into it because it just gets harder with time to voice your dislike. That said, "there is nothing wrong with sexting," Amber says. It's about being a bad bitch and laying the groundwork for more connections and income. Dating is not "going over to a guy's house and chilling with his friends while they drink beer and play video games. The comfortable, hanging out time is great, but "that comes later on, when you're in a relationship. Seduce with your eyes. If the guy says no? It's not our problem there's a double standard in our culture.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man over 30 must be in want of a significantly younger woman. Just because we acknowledge this fact, though, does not mean we do so without a certain amount of derision and judgment. From the Instagram commenter who felt the need to remind Zach Braff that he is 44 after the actor dropped a cutesy emoji under a post from year-old girlfriend Florence Pugh to the collective eye-roll aimed at Leonardo DiCaprio every time the actor steps out with a new subyear-old girlfriend, the internet loves to hate an eyebrow-raising age gap. The problem with this narrative, as comedian and writer Anya Volz pointed out in a Twitter thread last weekend, is that it tends to paint men at the northern ends of these age gaps as inherently predatory, rendering the younger women on the opposite sides helplessly preyed-upon victims of male exploitation instead of conscious, self-determined agents who are more than capable of pursuing older men as willfully and actively as older men pursue them. This is not to say that such dynamics are never predatory and older men should feel free to relentlessly pursue younger women because all young women are actively seeking such attention. The first rule of not being the worst is to stop assuming that literally anything is ever true of all women or, for that matter, all people of any gender, race, age, sexuality, etc. It is to say, however, as Volz expressed in her thread, that while these conversations ostensibly intend to protect young women, they have a tendency to instead strip such women of their autonomy, relegating all women in relationships with older men to a state of presumed vulnerability.