- Oct 26, 2017
You don't even have to look very far. Samuel L Jackson would probably talked and sounded like the way she did, and then some but no one will go after him for being smug. It's the same on gaming side where female devs saying something that sounded offensive = "she should be fired" but rarely do you see anyone call out Kamiya for asking fans to fuck off.If you read the comments -- I know, mistake -- a lot of people on that video really seem to not understand when she's joking and actually think she's offended or outraged (like a snowflake!) when she says "is that like a personal attack or something" in response to the search question "would brie larson workout." Whereas I just thought it was literally the kind of answer my friends or I might give in response to a question like that.
I guess we're just smug and smarmy bitches.
But you can imagine, for instance, Chris Pratt answering a lot of those questions exactly the same and it being considered charming. Because men can engage in a certain style of dry humor and it's clear that it's meant to be funny and welcoming, even slightly self-deprecating, whereas when a woman does exactly the same thing people assume she believes herself to be superior.
He's just being so entertaining