In class today, we had a lovely discussion how the psychology of color, the ideology of stereotypical color assignment, and how it all relates in cinema and the success of movies depending on the societies creating movies and the societies viewing those movies and used this video as an example of the societal norm of “girls only like sweet, pink, sensitive things”. It was very insightful and got the class out of taking a quiz.
Also, Jesus fuck we need more advertisements like this.
Man, this song just played on my Galaxie radio station, and it took me way back. I wish teen me understood the significance of these words back then. The advice still holds true, and are pretty profound to have found their way into a Baz Lurhmann song. Huh.
I forgot about this gem! Proud to say I’ve totally followed the sun screen one…but don’t look at my belly in the sun, you’ll go snow blind.
I'm a Toronto woman on the ass-end of 25. I like to bake, sketch pointless crap, ponder my Christian identity, live vicariously through really stupid television, revel in horn-doggery, and indulge my incredibly nerdy identity - the one I thought I grew out of.
I enjoy my job, I'm working on getting fit, and I lost my 25 year old sister to MELAS in 2011. So - here's to life.