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liam offends millions of lgbt+ fans and has no public apology announcement made. but louis tweets one joke about stuck up parents and he’s the asshole.
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Okay so if you follow me it’s kind of hard to miss that I’ve been having something of a meltdown over Louis’s charity football match. This post is my attempt to get a handle on what exactly about it is so overwhelming for me, beyond how cute he was out there and how great it is that he’s spent a good portion of his time off between tours working really hard on raising money for a charity. Like obviously both of those things are VERY IMPORTANT (FOOTBALLER!LOUIS FOREVER), but honestly I think that everything about this match, and his association with Doncaster Rovers, and even the charity he’s chosen to get involved with, tells us so much about who Louis is. And like, I loved him before yesterday? But my GOD do I love him right now.
Also, a caveat before I start: I’m a longtime English football fan, have been an Arsenal supporter for the last fifteen years or so, and I feel pretty comfortable writing about and analyzing English culture as it relates to football. But I am an American, so there’s going to be stuff I miss or don’t know about, or stuff that I read differently than English people might, just as a function of not having grown up in the culture. So if there’s anything that I write below that’s just plain WRONG, please do let me know <3
Basically, I want to talk about four things:
1. Louis’s willingness to go do a thing publicly while knowing FULL WELL that he would be by far the least talented person out there.
2. The fact that football is (generally and broadly) a part of English masculine identity, and he played in this match knowing that his role as a member of a boy band (and this boy band in particular) means that his masculinity and sexuality are always being questioned, and he did this without throwing his mostly female, mostly young fans under the bus at ALL.
3. The community aspect of the charity he supports, and how, even when doing a charity event that none of the other four boys are involved with, it’s still about ‘we’ and ‘us’ and ‘our’ and never just about him as an individual.
4. How much the club must love him, to be willing to take part in this as well.
OKAY. HERE WE GO.
Okay so if you follow me it’s kind of hard to miss that I’ve been having something of a meltdown over Louis’s charity football match. This post is my attempt to get a handle on what exactly about it is so overwhelming for me, beyond how cute he was out there and how great it…
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The books organized by color are very satisfying to me.
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GET THIS FAR FAR AWAY FROM ME