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Nirvana killin’ it at the end of their Live and Loud concert, December 1993.
Sonic Highway’s cover is just
photos taken by Andy Bollen @ NIRVANA’s 1991 UK TOUR
Kurt Cobain talking about Courtney Love, Brazil. - 1/16/1993.
I recently had a discussion over Liquid Love: On the Frailty of Human Bonds, by Zygmunt Bauman, in my Contemporary Social Psychology class. I was really sad to be the only one who stood against it.
"Zygmunt Bauman argues in Liquid Love that in the consumer age, human relationships are caught between our irreconcilable needs for security and freedom. […] We want love to yield to us like everything else does. We are inveterate shoppers and we insist on our consumer rights: love and sex must give us what we have come to expect from our other purchases - novelty, variety, disposability. In these times, even children become objects of emotional consumption, argues Bauman [x]".
Really? Do people really believe changing from boyfriend to boyfriend is to consume people? What about cultures who treat marriage as business? What about marriages everywhere until XIX / early XX century that did the same and even worse things? What about the whole idea of a débutante ball????
Women used to get married at a young age, most of them without even knowing what sex was, therefore basically being abused by their way older husbands since the first night. Now people have the freedom to know what they want and decide by themselves in a consensual relationship and you say this is bad? And I have to hear people giving me shit about how older couples manage to love themselves and we don’t? Please. When I think about having to stay with my first boyfriend for the rest of my life it gives me shivers of disgust because we broke up for a reason. And I think everybody has been there, so why to be so hypocrite?