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Domestic abuse is acceptable as long as the abuser totally didn’t mean it.
Sam’s fiancée Emily bears scars along the right side of her face, a cruel reminder of a moment when Sam lost control of his werewolf powers. Obviously, the correct thing for Emily to do would probably be to seek a better life in a less violent living situation. Obviously, domestic abuse is wrong, lycanthropy or no lycanthropy. Obviously, Susan B. Anthony would be horrified. But… actually, let’s just move on.

This is actually one Twilight article I like from Entertainment Weekly. (The whole thing is a gem!)

13 Important Life Lessons We Learned From ‘Twilight’
By Darren Franich | Nov 18, 2011
Centuries of experience help a relationship; beware ambitious women; never tell your dad anything; and more pearls of wisdom we picked up

Domestic abuse is acceptable as long as the abuser totally didn’t mean it.


Sam’s fiancée Emily bears scars along the right side of her face, a cruel reminder of a moment when Sam lost control of his werewolf powers. Obviously, the correct thing for Emily to do would probably be to seek a better life in a less violent living situation. Obviously, domestic abuse is wrong, lycanthropy or no lycanthropy. Obviously, Susan B. Anthony would be horrified. But… actually, let’s just move on.

This is actually one Twilight article I like from Entertainment Weekly. (The whole thing is a gem!)

13 Important Life Lessons We Learned From ‘Twilight’

By Darren Franich | Nov 18, 2011

Centuries of experience help a relationship; beware ambitious women; never tell your dad anything; and more pearls of wisdom we picked up

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