A few months ago I never would have dreamed that I would be coming to Kristen Stewart’s defense. Before this entire “Kristen Stewart cheated on Robert Pattinson” stunt devastated the nation, I found her to an insufferable actress who sulked her way into movie roles. I couldn’t understand why people obsessed over her, nor did I appreciate her “whatever” approach to interviews, award shows and any other event that required her to smile.
But now I’m firmly in her corner because of the ridiculous backlash from her fans. Why am I the one defending Kristen Stewart from her once loyal fan base? I don’t know. It should be the other way around. However since this whole scandal happened, they’ve allowed Robert Pattinson to play the innocent victim card while Kristen Stewart gets hung out to dry. Which makes sense, because they’re doing most of the drying. Despite the fact that another human being got photographed with her when she cheated, no one wants to talk abotu him.
On one hand, understandable. Rupert Sanders who? On the other hand, the narrative that we’ve been given is that Kristen Stewart AKA K.Slut AKA Trampire is a whore who doesn’t deserve forgiveness. Over and over, on Twitter and on Tumblr and in the comments section of blogs I hear Robert Pattinson deserves better. Yes, everyone deserves to be with someone who doesn’t cheat on them. But acting like Kristen Stewart did something unforgivable by kissing another man (possibly without tongue) is ridiculous.
Creating and buying the following shirts is taking a ridiculous situation to a new extreme.
And don’t even get me started on wanting to take a dump on her. What does that even mean? Why would someone do that? I’ve never heard of people taking revenge dumps. Especially on people who didn’t personally do anything to them. Is this a secret fetish come to light now? Or is this what the kids are doing now, fantasizing about taking dumps on celebs who have wronged them after they do vodka shots in their eyes?
I’m so confused. All I’m going to say is that if you have an extra $20 this week, don’t spend it on these shirts. Do something nice for yourself and buy your self a positive message outfit that will still be culturally relevant in a few months.