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Looks like victimizing women might not be enough for Dietland anymore. After several episodes wallowing in female victimhood, the AMC series appears to go intersectional by hosting the oppression Olympics in a couple of scenes this week. As usual, the real losers are the viewers.
The July 9 episode “Monster High,” a co-ed inspired by the feminist terrorist group "Jennifer" walks into the university football team's locker room with a bomb strapped to her chest, killing herself and 9 men.
Plum - Joy - Nash - Awakening - Porn
Following Plum’s (Joy Nash) personal awakening from watching violent porn at the Calliope House, she's developed a more radical perspective that leans a little too far on the side of terrorism, and refers to the bombing as the world "getting a good shake."
Shocked by this new cavalier attitude, her friend Steven (Tramell Tillman) attempts to reason with her but Plum tells him about her convoluted epiphany that men are predators and women are prey. In a bizarre turn of events, she claims that he, a gay black man from the South, is somehow less oppressed than she is because she is a "fat woman."
Plum - Life - Someone - Ideal - Someone
Plum: I could work my whole life to be someone's ideal, to be lovable to someone, and even if I get there, I'm still not safe. Say I lose the weight, get the surgeries, I fit in with all the perfect size twos of the world. All I've done is turned myself into better fodder for the predators. All my life I've been trying to turn myself into better prey!
Steven: Jesus Christ.
Plum: Right? Incredible!
Steven: Plum, you need to stay away from those people. Verena, all of 'em. It's not safe for you.
Plum - Right - Crazy
Plum: All right, ok, I know-- I know it sounds a little crazy.
Steven: A little crazy? It's alarming crazy. “Losing weight will turn you into better prey?” How...
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