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ebrock233 karma

Your "the"s lined up perfectly.

ebrock217 karma

That's brutal. But it also seems like you're having to walk a delicate line between objectification being very good for your career and it also making you feel pretty crappy. Just from clicking on your Facebook, I saw that you upload a lot of pictures in a lacy bra, which earns you a ton of likes (and, no doubt, a lot of future business in buying posters/attending cons where they know they'll see you/following your social media, etc), but then you get slammed with that backlash whenever you upload a picture that isn't meant to titillate but to show off your artistic skills.

Anyway, I might be reading the situation wrong, but it seems like that's what's going on? Either way, seeing the stuff people say to you online completely terrifies/shocks/appalls me as a fellow lady. Seeing that kind of shit all the time must take such a toll--sending you good thoughts.

ebrock216 karma

Eh, I bet some do. Tourists tend to move in big, noisy packs, which are annoying no matter what their nation of origin.

The bartender might not shoot them a dirty look because he knows he's likely to get paid and overtipped, but I know that if I were sitting with a friend enjoying a quiet drink, I might be annoyed when the door gets thrown open and ten people start talking about how adorable this pub is, can't we take a picture, oh, it's like something out of a movie, what drink do we want?, gosh, well I just don't know, can you tell us all about every drink on your menu? (And my annoyance would have nothing to do with those people's nationality.)

ebrock214 karma

Tell us about one of the characters you met?

ebrock210 karma

Far more likely that it's based in differences in access. Women are less likely to be gun owners than men.