Re-identification of Viking corpses has revealed that half of their warriors were female.…Researchers at the University of Western Australia decided to revamp the way they studied Viking remains. Previously, researchers had misidentified skeletons as male simply because they were buried with their swords and shields. (Female remains were identified by their oval brooches, and not much else.) By studying osteological signs of gender within the bones themselves, researchers discovered that approximately half of the remains were actually female warriors, given a proper burial with their weapons.
The people saying Cat got “on the gender throne” because THE TRANS COMMUNITY IS EVIL AND TOXIC are funny as fuck because the way Cat made herself a community leader was because she initially made herself popular by making constant meme jokes that got reblogged a lot and then used this popularity to preach her own ideology to people with little access to theory or simply through manipulation. It’s specially funny to talk about “the tumblr trans community” in this case because it’s a huge group and Cat did not in fact exert control over all of it, in fact, she had been losing social capital for a long time specifically because people noticed the toxic social dynamics she perpetuated. I know people are trying to score petty rhetorical wins here in an opportunistic, vulture-like manner but its a doomed effort, you’ll make your petty whiny posts, you’ll send your “gotcha” anons, and then you’ll still have no gf. tfw no gf.
Imagine two forty-something guys trying to produce their indie film and they inexplicably want Abigail Breslin to act in it so bad they start a YouTube campaign where they attempt to woo her to join their production. They make skits about attempting to reach her but not being able to. They make a song called “Abi Baby” where they beg her (via crisp AutoTuned vocals) to please be in the movie. The music video features a girl they hired to dance who looks like Abigail Breslin just from the back and side, and in the music video the song is sung to this faux-Breslin.
Curiously, in each new video attempting to reach Abigail Breslin, the authors of the videos disparage Abigail’s brother, Spencer Breslin, more and more. They offhandedly call him “washed up,” gross,” and “not cut out for fame,” while asserting that Abigail has none of these qualities and should be in this movie.
Eventually the videos stop. Abigail Breslin never publicly responds. In the fall a new show comes out on Fox starring Abigail and Spencer Breslin as fictional versions of themselves - both former child actors, but only Abigail has current success in show business, and Spencer is a clear failure to everyone around him. The pair live together after the catastrophic death of everyone else in their family and have lots of funny banter. The videos were a viral ad for this show, and turn out to be a part of the plot for a few episodes. Those two filmmakers were characters. The show is maybe called Breslins. The show is created, developed by, and written mostly by me. My goal is to revitalize the career of Spencer Breslin.
Breslins is a huge hit. It runs for 9 seasons with no loss in quality at any point, and I become very wealthy. Spencer Breslin gets into directing episodes in season 2 and by season 7 has directed three feature-length films, yet still finds time for the show. He wins the Academy Award eight years after the show ends. In his acceptance speech, he thanks me before he thanks anyone in his family. He calls me his mentor, and a true friend. The Oscar broadcast cuts to me in the audience, tears in my eyes. He then presents a long montage of our storied professional relationship, from back when we were practically kids, to now, and our current established success. I’m touched. The soundtrack for the montage is “Let’s See How Far We’ve Come” by Matchbox Twenty. OK, now stop imagining that.
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