lynsangelic1: (Buffy sword)
While listening to the Croatia game tonight (not too bad, not too bad) I was doing some sidling around LJ and used my friends of friends page for the first time in ever.  I came across a post here by [personal profile] dancinbutterfly (I don't know whose friend she is a friend of, but think we share a comm, if that's how that thing works) which is in response to a post by [profile] _allecto_ a couple of months ago on the topic - "A Rapist's view of the World: Joss Whedon and Firefly."

Yes.  That's the topic.

And because of the content, subject matter and because I'm quite sure I'm going to annoy myself I'm going to lj-cut.

lynsangelic1: (Snape not killed by draperies)
I am quite remarkably calm tonight. For the moment.  Posted another IOY while listening to the strangest of the strange in my music collection.  One minute it's grrl rock, the next 60's compliations, the next classical.  If I start to go any further back in time I'll be listening to two guys banging rocks together.

And the rest is silence.

Actually.  I lied.  I am a bit angry.  Watched the clip of the Oklahoma representative, Sally Kern this afternoon, not long after reading more about the Scottish bishop
Joseph Devine.  One is informing us that the homosexual lifestyle is being indoctrinated into children as young as 2 (I thought that pre-school education in the US started later than that - are the gays passing out flyers at play parks?) , the other warning of of huge and well orchestrated conspiracy created by the gays to attack Christian Values. (I know nothing about this which makes me a little huffy.  Was I too busy ordering my DVD's and missed the memo?  If we were planning a mass attack on Values then I should at least be heading one of the assault teams.)

Urgh.  I know I shouldn't get annoyed at these right wing bigots.  It's a pointless waste of time and perfectly good fury that could be directed towards nuclear arms, the new bloody Budget, whaling or David Yates.  But it exasperates me so thoroughly.  How people like that can still exist in the modern world.

We're not too bad in Britain on the political side.  We've had the 'difficult' debates on section 28, lowering the gay male consent age and the right to civil union.  It's not great but it could be worse.  And this is in comparison to the Religious Right of the the Republican party.  Abortion is never a campaign issue in General/Holyrood elections, yet it still remains a bit part of American politics.  That amazes me.

It amazes me that a small minority of people who are so stout in their bigoted, backward opinions seek public office to, in large part, impose their opinions on the country.  Many of whom according to polls, do not agree with them.  However, this section of society is largely quiet whereas the Neo-conservatives and the religious right are banging on my door, giving me magazines and once - stopped me on Elm Row to tell me how I could be saved.  Elm Row in Edinburgh is right in the heart of the pink triangle, so they positioned themselves nicely.

You know what sucked (going completely OT)?  All my time, living ten minutes down the road from JKR and never once did I see her.  Never once did she come round to mine for a cup of tea.  Never once did she show me the epilogue so I would have a chance to incinerate it before the rest of the world saw.  My old flatmate Callum saw her loads of times in Sainsbury's.  That little bitch never once spoke to her.  Idiot.  The most famous author in the world and he just went on his merry way.  He's not really a fan but used to love taking the piss out of me.  All the news I have is she wears clacky high heels and buys good, simple food as well as the 2 for 1 deals.  She's classy.

Hm.  The rage is gone.  Maybe because JKR soothed me by telling me that Dumbledore's gay, which, TBH, was quite obvious in book 7.  Nice to have the confirmation.  I wonder if she was at all influenced by slash in her decision?

So now I pull on my black balaclava and sheath my samurai sword to go and give the chance to those two bigoted fools to revise their opinions.  I will stand up for Dumbledore if no one else will.
lynsangelic1: (molly god say please)
What bawz

Don't mind it being cut into two parts - I want as much as I can get - But I hate David Yates.  I've slapped better directors than him.  Was so looking forward to a Cuaron or Del Toro who really know what visual directing means.  Gutted.  That Yates must be shagging Heyman (the producer).  When my beloved Bella is struck down I'm going to be treated to his warped version of it, probably set on a sunny happy beach somewhere for 'contrast because I don't know the first thing about the series, atmosphere, theme or lighting'.

Yates couldn't direct milk into a glass/his way out a paper bag/his granny to the cemetery etc etc.

He is mince.

Prosecution rests.  Again.


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