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A Guy Meets a Girl Lyrics: A guy meets a girl / About three whiskeys in on a packed out Friday night / Wasn't looking for love, wasn't looking for nothing / But she had In a crazy conversation about Californication, yeah. Pilot; Hell-A Woman; The Whore of Babylon; Fear and Loathing . Hank Moody: Oh because you're in love with me and you want to have like . that we keep falling into each other and fucking our way toward the end of days. . Karen: [at parent-teacher meeting] Well, long story short, we were together, and. For me, that guy is Hank Moody. Mutha fuckaaaaa! Oh and if you haven't watched Californication yet, all 7 seasons are available on Netflix. Go binge away. This is a scene with Kali, a girl Hank's already banged. But Kali's got a In this scene Hank meets Sasha Bingham, a famous film star. Despite her.
Hank has character flaws, sure, but being sexist is not one of them. Thinking that promiscuity alone is sufficient to define someone as sexist is a problem, because we end up conflating desiring sex with objectification.
Sorting the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly First, some context. In the past few years, we have opened up newer and hopefully better discourses about sexuality and abuse. Rape culture has been featuring more and more in mainstream news stories, rather than stuck in feminist academic articles. This has lead to discussions of things like Nice Guy Syndrome which I used to discuss among only my close friendswhich has recently exploded on the Internet, spawning many articles and Tumblrs.
If that attention does not eventually come, resentment begins to build, which can lead to hostility and, in some cases, like with the Isla Vista shooter—violence.
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Pickup artistry, which involves figuring out how to game out interactions with women to get them into bed, has been similarly ridiculed from articles to comics. Mystery and two fellow pickup artists.
Then there was a reply of sortsexplaining that there is a big divide between harassment and flirtation, and that this difference is not trivial, and not something that can be confused or accidental.
The second article reminds me of my own reactions to hearing these fears, which is that I find this slightly baffling and, at times, irritating. Because there is just such a clear difference between awkwardness and creepiness.
A great, vast, cavernous gulf. And there are plenty of mixed messages out there about this. Like this depressing article on the alleged realities of dating, which claims that the only difference between creepy and romantic is whether or not the person being addressed is interested.
Getting to a place where we can have such genuine human interactions is surely one of the goals of feminism. But there are a few things that we still need to unpack, and ways in which we need to expand this discourse.
What Exactly Is Creepiness? And Why Is It a Problem? When I teach feminism to my undergraduates, I start with John Stuart Mill and Mary Wollstonecraft, who, in their respective ways, argue for institutional equality for women.
Mill says that women should have the same legal rights as men, and Wollstonecraft wants equal education. Unobvious issues at the time, but pretty clear to us now, and certainly concrete things for undergrads to latch onto. Women are people too! They should have the vote and they should have equal rights.
And now we have pieces of paper that proclaim that this is so! But the next question is: In the excerpt we read, she discusses what I like to call a phenomenological inequality, in which she explains that women are still forced to be aware of their appearance and how it will garner different kinds of treatment in a way that men are not: She must inspire respect by her costume and her manners.
But this preoccupation rivets her to the ground and to herself … everything influences her to let herself be hemmed in, dominated by existences foreign to her own.
We have creep radar. We are experts at it. And in fact, here is a short but awesome blog post about it. Students gathered in Alberta to protest rape culture on campus.
However, Karen has just had sex with Hank, and she never thinks that he may have given the disease to her as well.
Played With again in the 3rd season. It is, at first, surprisingly averted with Marcy and Charlie, for they both start taking antibiotics the minute Charlie is suspected to have an STD. They seem pretty STD-conscious Many writing examples, but notably Hank's creative writing student's lovelorn vampire story.
Richard spends a wild night with a hooker who shows up at his home the next day. A noble Hank sets-up a farce in a pure Screwball Comedy fashion where she is his girlfriend, so Karen won't be unhappy about the infidelity. The Fellowship Has Ended: An interesting case, since this has already occurred at the beginning of the series.
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Whenever the core four of Hank, Charlie, Karen and Marcy get together for some reason, they inevitably lament about how much they miss the good old days. And, inevitably, whenever Hank and Karen manage to reconcile, Charlie and Marcy are on the outs, and vice versa.
More often than not, both couples are split, and at best, all four are on speaking terms. Even Becca, who would have been little more than a child when both couples were new to LA and happily together, believes things were better in those days.
The result gives the series a decidedly bittersweet epilogue feel. Also happens at the end of several of the seven seasons, in particular seasons two and six, when the temporary fellowship built around Hank's association with Lew Ashby and Atticus Fetch, respectively come to their inevitable end.
In the latter part of season 5, Bates gets one, Gabriel, to help him quit his alcohol addiction. They end up having sex. Hank Moody has this arrangement with his daughter — both ways. She gets most of the money. They grow out of it in the latter seasons. Abby's senior partner goes on and on and on about his, um, anal bruising. After Hank successfully pisses him off on a golf outing, he eventually decides to look at the pictures Discussed when Hank Moody discovers the attractive socialite that seduced him at a book store while reading his book no less is actually But I guess the larger question is why is the city of angels so hell bent on destroying its female population.
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Now smile, you fucking douche. Oh, you like it? I could have bought a car instead. I think you should still buy the car and then run over whoever created that turd. Well, your breasts are obviously real I'd say, aside from the fact that you worship a space alien, you just might be the most beautiful woman I've seen in a long, long time Hank Moody: Kiss my black ass. Has a nose ring, you know what that means? What, she likes it in the nose?
The Whore of Babylon[ edit ] Meredith: You have a baby with married guy?
No, my dog, Cat Stevens. You have a dog named Cat Stevens? What the fuck do you want? I wore a condom. And you, you're the one who I'm late for school. I'll take you away from all this. Peace Train's a good song. Fear and Loathing at the Fundraiser[ edit ] Hank Moody: Have you had the sex? I have all their albums.
What's up, my nig nog? I need to talk to you. Well, you should have called. I wouldn't have answered, but you could've left a message, which I would have quickly erased. What's your latest obsession? Just the fact that people seem to be getting dumber and dumber.