By acknowledging its there, not ignoring it, and identifying it as an issue that’s not just in kanyes music but in a LOT of artists’ work. and like kanye himself is aware of misogynistic conditioning and addresses it in his songs? So much of his music is about examining the stereotypes and ideas society engenders and how fucked up they are and how they’ve fucked him up, and then trying to dismantle that.
And like tbh I find it really telling when people point fingers at kanye and/or the rap genre SPECIFICALLY for misogyny in music. Like let’s talk about the Rolling Stones’ ‘T&A’, let’s talk about a hundred pop/boy band songs, let’s talk about fucking ‘Blurred Lines’ before we even think about looking at kanye, you know?
Sam Heughan || TV Guide
Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir - Sochi 2014
oh, it would be so sweet, to see him once again.
The tallest stone of the circle was cleft, with a vertical split dividing the two massive pieces. Oddly, the pieces had been drawn apart by some means. Though you could see that the facing surfaces matched, they were seperated by a gap of two or three feet.
There was a deep humming noise coming from somewhere near at hand. I thought there might be a beehive lodged in some crevice of the rock, and placed a hand on the stone in order to lean into the cleft.
The stone screamed.
Outlander || Chapter 2