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Lalbaug BeaTs aT LokmaNya NaGaR Thane iN SAi PalKhi
04/05/15, 14:05

I don't get the joke. Is it a joke about the American stereotype of Indians (leaving aside that "Indian" is what, 300 different distinct ethnic groups) dress in a stereotypically gay manner? Is it because this is a genre that's closely a associated with one of the biggest Hindu festivals in the country, so there are a lot of people there which statistically means a lot of gay men? Is it about cultural attitudes about homosexuality in Mumbai (I don't know much about that at all, I'm not trying to be obtuse)?

I'm being completely serious here, I don't understand your joke at all and want to know. Since I don't have any context for the religious aspect of this, it just looks like a pretty good show, replace the keyboard with guitars and it would be like a lot of the most fun shows I've been to.
Anita Sarkeesian in a nutshell
04/05/15, 13:57

"Right, and that's *my* point -- that these conversations aren't always directed at people who *don't* get it. Sometimes, feminists want to talk to people who *do* get it, so they can relax and say things without having to worry about how all the anti-feminists are going to take it. And yeah, sometimes feminists are having those conversations in public venues. And I don't think it's wrong of them to do so."

The world is more than feminists and antifeminists. I guess I feel like the most useful role of discussion in a public forum is to educate, and that education is a dialectic process (which is my own ideological bias I guess).
Anita Sarkeesian in a nutshell
04/05/15, 13:49

"Demanding that feminists police their tone constantly to make sure that nothing they say comes off as deranged to those who *don't* accept that these issues are pervasive is essentially demanding they never have a discussion about these issues beyond trying to convince people that these issues are all-pervasive."

You do realize that demanding Feminists not criticize the words or acts of other even if they believe these words or acts are detrimental to Feminism is also policing tone, right?
Out Of My Galley!
04/05/15, 13:26

I think it was the one two punch of Peter Sellers and the hyped but completely underwhelming "people swimming for money through blood and manure" scene that really annoyed me. It wasn't that it was a mess (I like a mess), it was that it was that it was so tame (even for the time) for something that thought it was being bold and transgressive. Also it was really dumb and thought it was really smart, but not in the spectacular way that something like Mindwalk is, just in a boring way. I would probably like it more now.

The music is pretty crap from what I remember, though.
Anita Sarkeesian in a nutshell
04/05/15, 13:11

What Hodge said, although I'd characterize what we have n the Internet as 4th wave myself. I see 3rd wave as the 90s stuff where people started to completely misinterpret the concept that "the personal is political" and turn it into identity politics, whereas what we have now is less about identity politics and more about identity branding. I'm speaking of the mainstream of course, the stuff that you see on the big-name web sites like Jezebel, and increasingly on the university lecture circuit, TV and print media. The stuff that is basically a lifestyle brand and has completely ashed itself of any critique of capitalism. There's still plenty of good and necessary work being done, it's just not being heard becasue of stuff like Gamergate and MRA-baiting.

I honestly believe that things like 90% of Jezebel articles and that wehuntedthemammoth/manboobs guy have done more to raise the profile of the current antifeminist backlash than the actual "manosphere" itself has.
Anita Sarkeesian in a nutshell
04/05/15, 13:02

"The Great Hippo
I don't see how this is self-congratulatory? If anything, it's a criticism of herself, too -- she's saying 'sexism is everywhere, even in what I'm doing'.

I don't think this is tone-deaf, even out of context -- but that might be because I accept these issues are pervasive. If you don't accept that, then yeah, it might come off as deranged."

Exactly my point. I get what she's going for here because this stuff has been completely self evident to me since I was like 15, but presented like this iu's not going to win over anyone who doesn't already get it and if you DO already get it it's so basic that I guess I just don't see the point. It seems like preaching to the choir to me, and setting up a binary between the chosen, enlightened ones who get it and the unwashed masses who need to be taught (which isn't even necessarily that wrong as Gamergate has shown more than adequately, but as A PUBLIC FIGURE SPEAKING AT A PUBLIC EVENT ON THE PUBLIC RECORD it seem ill advised at best, arrogant at worst and regardless of intent it will only serve to alienate the people she should be trying to reach.

It's arguing-on-the-internet with a veneer of academic respectability.
Lalbaug BeaTs aT LokmaNya NaGaR Thane iN SAi PalKhi
04/05/15, 12:55

This isn't even the best video, I chose it because the keyboard sound is so good around 1:00.

I actually like the recording quality on a lot of them, and it's definitely got me thinking again about playing guitar through old-style horn speakers when I start playing shows again later this year. Such a great sound.
Lalbaug BeaTs aT LokmaNya NaGaR Thane iN SAi PalKhi
04/05/15, 12:52

There are so many videos of this stuff on Youtube, and it's all amazing. The Ganesha festival in Lalbaug looks amazing, ten days of this stuff.
Ex-pastor targets out of state bakery who refuses to make anti-gay cake.
04/05/15, 09:49

Dude's a bear but he styles his hair like a twink, he's obviously confused.
Sweet House Of Horrors Trailer
04/05/15, 09:34

I love House By the Cemetary.

You can tell he was off his game near the end, because there isn't nearly as much zooming in this as I've come to expect from him.
Lalbaug BeaTs aT LokmaNya NaGaR Thane iN SAi PalKhi
04/05/15, 09:31

Except with all of them but the organist playing drums.
Anita Sarkeesian in a nutshell
04/05/15, 09:17

I've watched all of them. They'd be a solid if thin undergraduate thesis project in 1998. They bring absolutely nothing new to the table and don't deserve any of the attention they're getting.

The big irony is that Gamergate made her career, and as much as they flip out about her, the attention she is getting seems like it's drawing attention away from feminists who are actually trying to, you know, IMPROVE SOCIETY in general and women's role in it in particular, rather than than sit inside an ideological bubble and not move.

I mean, I'm no great social activist by any stretch but at least I'm not actively holding things back in the name of "progress."
Anita Sarkeesian in a nutshell
04/05/15, 07:57

Also, I get what she's trying to say here and it's not any kind of great insight but I can't imagine any context would make the WAY it's said any less tone deaf and self congratulatory and it makes me almost ashamed that I used to enjoy her videos.
Nyan Waits
04/05/15, 07:55

Belatedly rating this.


I don't always like Tom Waits' music (I actually returned Real Gone to the store after listening to the first two sides) but I always respect it.
Anita Sarkeesian in a nutshell
04/05/15, 07:52

And I tend to be most upset about the ones that I'm most sympathetic toward, because their failure is really frustrating.
Anita Sarkeesian in a nutshell
04/05/15, 07:48

I'm a bit cynical about social movements these days.
Anita Sarkeesian in a nutshell
04/05/15, 07:47

The "isn't even notable" part is what gets me. I enjoyed her when she was a hack vlogger but the fucking MRA response and Gamergate have raised her so far above her threshold of competence that she's become a new figurehead for the kind of reactionary, pseudoacademic, clickbait "feminism" that has pretty much turned Feminism from a still-needed social movement* into a marketing tool.




*more like a general term for a bunch of independent but related grass roots movements, because "feminism" as some kind of unified movement of all women is naively reductive at best. A lot of nominal Feminists have had a lot invested in the status quo for quite some time now. It seems to be the nature of non-revolutionary social movements to get maybe 75% of the way there and then hit a point where heir power elite realizes on some (typically unconscious) level that achieving their goals would end their careers, and that's when the ladders get pulled up and the power structure starts to go more and more vertical. At least revolutionaries get to raise some ruckus before they turn in to the thing they were revolting against in the first place.
Anita Sarkeesian in a nutshell
04/05/15, 07:28

I'm just going to leave this here and exit.

http://www.thebaffler.com/salvos/facebook-feminism-like-it-or-not
Out Of My Galley!
04/05/15, 07:23

This was one of the most disappointing movies I've ever seen, but maybe I need to rewatch it. Last time I saw it I was 15 and I was hoping for either Performance or Lisztomania, and what I got was closer to Skidoo but with really bad music and no humor, intentional or otherwise.
1991 Sizzler promo video
04/05/15, 07:20

I was going to make a bland pop culture reference but instead I was led to discover that thy now bleep out "Iranian" in the part in Goonies when the sheriff talks about Chunk claiming 50 Iranian terrorists took over all the Sizzler Steak Houses in the city. Which I guess isn't surprising, but seems like just another minor example of 21st century Americans' complete inability to think critically about historical context.

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