Even designing their own clothes was left to men only at the risk of unforunate results. When allowed to dress themselves, they could never get beyond the envy of wombs and female genitals that condemned them to an endless repetition of female sexual symbolism. Thus, the open button-to-neck “V” of men’s jackets was a recapitulation of the “V” of female genitalia; the know in men’s ties replicated the clitoris while the long ends of the tie took the shape of labia; and men’s bow ties were the clitoris erecta in all its glory. They were, to use Phyllis Freud’s technical term, “representations.” (Gloria Steinem)
this psych book. I can’t. HAHAHAHAA
I just noticed that the two awesome back-to-back episodes (“Tuesday the 17th” and “Evening With Mr. Yang” which happens to be my favorite episodes so far) were written by James Roday (along with Steve Franks and Andy Berman). James actually directed “Tuesday the 17th!”
CAN HE GET ANY MORE AWESOME THAN THAT?!
WAS INTENSEEEEE. Kept me on the edge of my seat.
This episode and the episode before. Two intense episodes back-to-back. Wow. It has never been this… crazy. The last show that kept me on the edge of my seat like this was the Mentalist. And that’s before the show kind of went downhill (cliches and whatnot). I wonder if both episodes were written by the same writer. Kudos.