“Pole dancing, what a slutty job, I bet they failed at college or something”
Pole dancing is the coolest shit ever along with belly dancing. But for real, look at that last gif holy fuckingwhatthehellSKILLS.
Ugh people are so cool
i legit want to be a pole dancer
holy shit the steps one…yeah it CAN be made to be slutty in lap dancing/stripper clubs but for shit like dancing and exercise it looks amazing, i mean you think how much strength those moves would need?!
why is it so hard to get how awful you are when you refuse to apologize?
YOU DIDN’T MEAN TO HIT SOMEONE WITH A CAR DOESN’T MEAN YOU CAN’T GO TO JAIL FOR MANSLAUGHTER
If you accidentally step on some one’s toes, you apologize. It’s just common sense - you obviously didn’t stomp on their toes on purpose, but you HURT THEM regardless. The same courtesy should be there when you accidentally hurt some one emotionally, too. You didn’t mean to, but that doesn’t change what happened. Apologize sincerely, make an effort to never do it again, and do NOT continue to sit there repeating “but I didn’t mean to” over and over again. They know that, but their toes still fucking hurt.
As an actress, she is allowed to take on different types of roles. Of course there are children that look up to her, but it’s their parents’ responsibilities to have the basic responsibility to tell them, “you shouldn’t watch this at your age just because of her”.
And she isn’t going through all this herself, she’s portraying a character. It’s also the parents’ responsibility to teach them the difference between an actress and the characters they portray. After all, the kids will know this isn’t Gabriella or whatever her name was, but a whole new character.
And if people do want to watch this because of her, I just hope they’re mature enough to understand this movie. Because it’s very touching and deep - it’s not just about a fucked up girl, but it teaches pretty deep lessons on family and how we force relationships due to blood ties that may not be very healthy. It’s the whole “the blood of the covenant is thicker than the water of the womb” thing, and it’s beautiful, and she is allowed to portray a character with meaning and moral even if it means having a different image.
And it’s not her image she’s ruining because this is a character. Plus, her career isn’t forcefully linked to Disney with every piece of work she does. You can’t just say, “she’s worked for Disney once, so she can only take on sweet, innocent roles all her life now so that she doesn’t influence children”.
This has nothing to do with Disney. This has to do with people learning not only the difference between an actor and character but the fact that they do it for a reason. This movie is very meaningful. Please don’t ruin that with these kinds of accusations.