Sex Radical Ryan Gosling
[Text reads: Hey girl. The ritual fat shaming and body hate done in the name of New Year’s “self-improvement” and legitimated on the grounds of “health” ignores the way in which diverse bodies have different appropriate levels of weight distributions, such that weight loss and exercise can actually put stresses on the body which in fact worsen health. Why can’t we just eat what we like and love our bodies instead of trying to change them?]

[Text reads: Hey girl. The ritual fat shaming and body hate done in the name of New Year’s “self-improvement” and legitimated on the grounds of “health” ignores the way in which diverse bodies have different appropriate levels of weight distributions, such that weight loss and exercise can actually put stresses on the body which in fact worsen health. Why can’t we just eat what we like and love our bodies instead of trying to change them?]

[Text reads: Hey girl. Some people seem to think there is a perfect correlation between fatness and fitness, but I know big, beautiful women have no problem keeping up with me in the activities that count.]

[Text reads: Hey girl. Some people seem to think there is a perfect correlation between fatness and fitness, but I know big, beautiful women have no problem keeping up with me in the activities that count.]

[Text reads: Hey Michael Fassbender. At first I thought Shame (2011) was just the latest iteration of the entertainment industrial complex preying on the general public’s fear of sexual chaos resulting from sexual liberation, articulated presently as “sex addiction” according to the disciplinary knowledge control of what Foucault called “psy-experts.” But your full-frontal nudity assures me now it was definitely money well spent.]

[Text reads: Hey Michael Fassbender. At first I thought Shame (2011) was just the latest iteration of the entertainment industrial complex preying on the general public’s fear of sexual chaos resulting from sexual liberation, articulated presently as “sex addiction” according to the disciplinary knowledge control of what Foucault called “psy-experts.” But your full-frontal nudity assures me now it was definitely money well spent.]

[Text reads: Hey girl. After reading Foucault’s Discipline and Punish, it occurred to me how many institutions of control — such as schools — rely more on internalized SELF-control more than anything else and I became deeply concerned that acting out forms of these power structures in our sexual roleplay reinforced rather than undermined the status quo. But I know someone’s been very naughty and I have to use what I’ve got.]

[Text reads: Hey girl. After reading Foucault’s Discipline and Punish, it occurred to me how many institutions of control — such as schools — rely more on internalized SELF-control more than anything else and I became deeply concerned that acting out forms of these power structures in our sexual roleplay reinforced rather than undermined the status quo. But I know someone’s been very naughty and I have to use what I’ve got.]