That Critic Who Called Amy Schumer Fat Is Deeply Confused by Kristen Stewart, Lesbians in General
A couple hours ago, this tweet appeared on my feed:
It's an incredible day to be on the internet - here's Jeff Wells on who he'd try to fuck if he was Kristen Stewart pic.twitter.com/fZLJMqKp5Y— Charles Bramesco (@intothecrevasse) July 26, 2016
Jeff Wells, for those who don’t know, is the blogger behind Hollywood Elsewhere. He is that professional troll garbage person who said this of Amy Schumer:
Speaking of trainwrecks, here's sociopathic goblin Jeff Wells on Amy Schumer. (Not linking to his site.) pic.twitter.com/TjkWDXJyVK— Eric D. Snider (@EricDSnider) February 11, 2015
He’s said other things, too. Such is his way. After that tweet, I went to his site in an attempt to view the full piece, both to see if there was absolutely any context for this word seizure and if he said anything else moronic therein.
Except there was nothing more. That’s literally the entire article. He posted an article on his public website that is I guess purportedly to be about film or something and shared with the world that he is confused by many things, including but not limited to: women who are attracted to other women, anyone who is attracted to women who are not his specific notion of “feminine,” the concept of desire, lesbian aesthetics, general human aesthetics, how women don’t exist as objects of attraction for him personally and ESPECIALLY the lesbian community, how Kristen Stewart doesn’t care what he thinks, how lesbians don’t care what he thinks, how bisexual and queer women don’t care what he thinks, how no one cares what he thinks, why he as a straight man might find different women attractive than a woman/woman who likes women/other human being of any kind, that people can see this, words, the pills he took this morning, and women. And it’s contagious because I’ve never been more confused reading anything.
foxy, dishy women whom most guys find highly desirable
butchy, male-ish, non-petite features
My condolences to literally all women.
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