I didn't think she'd get much love here.
Actually, after reading the piece again, she might be trying to say something worthwhile about the plight of children caught up in that industry, something which is, of course, abhorrent, but all credibility was lost too early in the piece for the point to be made. It reads like another "Aren't all men pigs? Watch this-they'll even buy me drinks if I flirt with them" rant.
Take me down to the paranormal city where the girls are green and they have three titties...
Oh, won't you please take me home?
wouldn't really matter what she's writing about i'd still heave beets on reading "when the brochure-blue water finally slurped down the sun."
Imodium can't stop me.
That is a defining quote
She's a snot
Nose rings are horrible arent they?
This is it... The apocalypse.
Much like the article then.
It's the thing where they go on and on about how there is something creepy about fat, ugly, sexist twerps who couldn't get laid if their lives depended on it back home coming here and paying teenagers to suck their putrid cocks then waxing eloquent about the virtues of Asian women. Why do they insist on doing that?
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"Nineteenth-century American women's literature/ antebellum era/ cult of true womanhood/ Victorian era culture/ feminist, deconstructionist, postmodern theory/ opinion writing/ journalism/ AP and MLA style/ flash fiction creative writing."
Another forlorn English major shocked that her postmodern ideals don't fit reality.