In general, Farengar is friendly enough to the Dragonborn; cooperative without quirks, though sometimes more than a little condescending.
He is scripted for the archetypal absent-minded professor, being far more focused on abstract thought and scientific curiosity than to prefer practical interpersonal communication or stagnant common sense.
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So that makes me wonder if they either don’t care (which is bad) or if they’re deliberately trading on racist controversy to bring some attention to the brand (which is worse).
Inevitably, when the R-word (by which I mean racism) comes up, someone responds with, “Well, they probably don’t being racist either.
While they are still name in lingerie, at least in America, every new scandal reminds the public that Victoria’s Secret isn’t about women’s empowerment or being sexy or even lingerie…
they’re just a regular, run-of-the-mill clothing company out to make a buck.
Instead, I want to spend some talking about the whole Virgin/Whore complex Victoria’s Secret actively trades in.
I’m not sure if you’ve noticed, but in the past few years, there’s been an increasing emphasis on the models’ (always heterosexual) relationships.Unless you’ve been on a media diet for the last month or so, you probably know the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show (VSFS) happened last week.Billed as the “Sexiest Night on Television,” this year was the 10th televised broadcast of VSFS (even though there’s been a version of the show since the mid-90s) and it’s turned into a bit of a tradition.At the very least, the company has more than enough money to spend on diversity consultants or customer focus groups or even a book or three on racial stereotyping.Yet it appears they do none of those things prior to spending thousands (if not millions) of dollars on making and manufacturing these explicitly racist costumes.And the third time, if you remember, is last year’s fashion show which crammed all the black models into one ‘tribal’ sequence).