“Society has put up so many boundaries, so many limitations on what’s right and wrong that it’s almost impossible to get a pure thought out. It’s like a little kid, a little boy, looking at colors, and no one told him what colors are good, before somebody tells you you shouldn’t like pink because that’s for girls, or you’d instantly become a gay two-year-old. Why would anyone pick blue over pink? Pink is obviously a better color. Everyone’s born confident, and everything’s taken away from you.”—
JESSE EISENBERG:People on the street say mean things to me.
JESSE EISENBERG:I get called Napoleon Dynamite because I have curly hair. I live in New York City and I ride a bicycle. I always bike down 9th Avenue and there’s this kid who goes to school there named Abraham. Every time I pass him, he calls me Napoleon Dynamite. He screams it out and his friends laugh. That was a fine movie but I wasn’t in it.
INTERVIEWER:What do you say back?
JESSE EISENBERG:I say, “Please, Abraham, I’m not that man.”
here's something I want to add:the sexualization of women in every action they perform makes it so even their grunts of pain and frustration become nothing but pornographic to our ears, conditioned as we are to seeing them as sexual objects. I just want to throw this out there because there's a good chance that most sounds of female voice actors' grunts are being sexualized by US