"I can't help but think that, in universes where the impossible is possible, where teenagers can have superpowers or magic at their command, then their sexualities should be at their command, too--that teenage girls should decide when to keep it or when to lose it as part of a mutual, respectful dialogue and not have the decision made for them by their supernatural (and usually supercondescending) boyfriends."
"The point is that the unit value of 'song' is not the same as the unit value of 'novel.' A song is a part of a whole. A novel is a whole. They do not equate. ... Ultimately, I'm a little tired of people telling me my work isn't worth very much. That we should accept Apple--APPLE--price points without hesitation or consideration, that all units are the same units, all art is the same art. Obviously, sculpture, paintings, murals, and jewelry should also all cost 99 cents each. Actors should only get paid 99 cents per performance. Dancers should only get 99 cents per dance. Architects should get 99 cents per building. Concerts should also charge 99 cents admission. It's all art--the units are all interchangeable, and should all be tied to iTunes pricing.
This is madness, to me."
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