(Full disclosure: The tall, beautiful drink of water who appears at 1:14 in the video is my good friend, Karis, who introduced me to The Bombshell. I'd have happily bought one regardless of her owning one, but I'm SUPER going to buy one now!)
It is exactly what I wanted and didn't think I could have: A housecoat to contain the mess of my daily life that also happens to be more stylish than 90% of the clothes I'd wear underneath it. It's happening. I'm buying one, and my only regret is that I couldn't get one 6 years ago. It's better late than never to be a Bombshell bombshell!
3. This is Good Stuff. Painful Stuff. Real Stuff. Brace yourselves. "A Touch of Sexual Assault," read by 14 year old poet Kayley Dixon.
Hatred of the new Ghostbusters film "speaks to the way sexism (and racism and plenty of other isms) kind of lives quietly inside of us, and the way it can impact our beliefs and actions without us even once considering it. But it is truly the only answer for why the Ghostbusters reboot is THIS infuriating to this many men. They may not be consciously aware of it, but their innate sexism is giving a boost to their already-existing dislike of reboots and their disinterest in this new movie. They’re not quite angry at the idea of rebooting it (obviously we don’t have a portal to an alternate dimension to double check but I’m willing to bet these guys would be waaaay less angry if the cast included Seth Rogen and his gang. At the very least there wouldn’t be the vocal boycott brigade), they’re angry at the idea that somebody made a Ghostbusters movie that doesn’t really interest them.
Somebody made a Ghostbusters movie that isn’t for them."