Help Me Make It Through The Night


In fairness.

Toxic masculinity, how are ye?

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14 thoughts on “Help Me Make It Through The Night

  1. Dub Spot

    If Gillette are that interested in corporate social responsibility (CSR) then stop making plastic disposable razors – there’s your rel toxicity – instead of making crap virtue-signalling ads.

  2. Spaghetti Hoop

    That’s all very nostalgic and sentimental – but her son is missing? That’s awful. Surely more awful than being booed onstage.

  3. postmanpat

    Joe Pesci is such a douchebag. I heard Louis CK taking about him (before his own problems came out) .He wanted Pesci to play the part Alan Alda played (fantastically btw) in Horace and Pete. And the bit where Alda is revolted by the thoughts of a man going down on a woman was all Pesci’s personal sentiments on the matter which he gave CK permission to use.

      1. postmanpat

        Well obviously not literally an actual douche. And it wasn’t Pesci just talking about himself personally finding the sex act repulsive and never doing it. It was is attitude that all men “shouldn’t do it”…”ever” even if you want to, there is something wrong with you. because it makes you less of a man. eh…okay, so that’s Pesci’s opinion on the subject. All men that want to do it , shouldn’t. You really have to watch the clip.

  4. scundered

    Every Irish granny also gave out about Sinead the night she did that. But yes let’s cherry-pick just the celebrity male reactions, and support this woman who, she says “hates white people”.

      1. Nigel

        You mean let’s invent an alternative narrative whereby this becomes an attack on men and pretend It’s the true narrative. This is narcissistic.

        1. Captainpants

          Well yes, if you like, hardly matters what I really think, as it’ll be put through a funhouse mirror regardless.

    1. Nigel

      The second-most admirable and heroic thing in this story was done by a man and the grannys’ comments weren’t recorded for posterity.

      1. Scundered

        True, I just feel everyone has the ability to be toxic at some point, nobody is perfect, so to whitewash any group is a bit short sighted. Overall, any of these “toxic” subjects tend to be avoided by simply engaging common sense like we all do most of the time. Creating division will likely create more toxicity where there was none before.


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