i wanna write a movie that seems to be a love story
so its about a man and a woman and it tells their stories separatedly
and they like similar stuff and shit
and everyone will think that they are finally gonna meet ‘cause they are soulmates
plot twist: it’s only one genderfluid person.
the name of the actor/actress (who is actually genderfluid) is announed until the end of the movie
do you ever think about maybe the reason we don’t find ourselves beautiful even if other people think so/tell us so because we don’t see ourselves candidly, like our genuine raw emotions and expressions? we only see the appearance we put on for ourselves in picture and mirrors and such, which could be totally off from our real self isn’t that weird???? what aspect of ourselves are we missing out on because we’re too close to the subject matter?????
This is one of my favorite quotes about sexualization/objectification vs autonomy of female bodies bc it’s so succinct