jhanson - May 4, 2017
Ashley James is one of those trust fund assholes who was granted a reality show about shopping to entertain poor losers. Making matters worse she's British and their personalities and TV production leave much to be desired. She recently did an interview complaining about people looking at her tits as they spilled out of her turtleneck. Among the many anecdotes were a tiff with a cab driver:
"I should not be made to feel uncomfortable for something I was born with. I was in a bra, and to have boobs my size, I admit it was quite out-there. I was made to feel like a cheap whore."
Nobody can make you feel like a cheap whore unless you believe that deep down in your soul, like everyone else does about you. How else would you even describe this person? Busty materialist? Middle class socialite? Obnoxious twat breath? She continues with her harrowing tale of having huge tits:
"I should have just rocked it. I’m trying to steer person body confidence but I allowed my old demons or insecurities to come at me "I’m too fat for this" "my boobs are too big for this," "I look like a slut" I was projecting all the things I used to get thrown at me."
Sounds like a lot of that stuff really hit home. Maybe the bullies had a point, and weren't bullies at all but astute observers of humanity. Smart money says you were the mean one. You can tell by her face. Also nice humble brag about your tits being too big. This is why women hate each other and that Captain Marvel movie will fail miserably.
With oppression raining down on her even though she's incredibly privileged, Ashley James figured there was only one thing she could do to save womankind from being slighted in a similar fashion - start a stupid T-shirt line and keep all the profits:
"I wanted to do something that would empower women, drawing on my own experiences as I have been on a journey myself. It is something I feel very strongly about. I was inspired to take action after the misogyny during the Donald Trump presidential election. I thought it would be really cool to do something that would be an inclusive community and take that into fashion."
The shirts feature kitschy phrases meant to appeal to middle school girls who deserve to be grounded such as Boys Lie and Girl Gang. Since the release of the shirts misogyny has ceased to exist.
Wanting to make money is fine to admirable, but this trend of aligning your capitalist ambitions with social causes has reached its apex of hypocrisy. Charity and business are two opposite things. You're selling Indonesian t-shirt blanks with shitty quips, not curing cancer. Any girl wearing one of these should be considered a never hire. That's irony. Look it up if your cumbersome tits don't prevent reading.
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