So, I actually dohave a boyfriend
and we recently gotengaged.
No, don't-- Youdon't have to stand.
Uh, no, uh-- And I know someof you are confused, like,
because you're, like:but you're a lesbian.
And, uh, totally understand.
Uh, I'm actuallynot a lesbian.
I just feel all thefeelings lesbians feel.
So...so I have mixed feelings,because I've never had the
wedding fantasy andI've never--
I've just never been the girlthat's
like, "Oh, my God, I'mgoing to be a princess!"
You know, likethat kind of thing.
Last little bit of it.
The very first time I triedon my first diamond ring,
literally-- Like, within twoseconds, like all my fancy
ideas about what I believein, like, went right down the
toilet, and I justbecame someone who was like,
"I like sparkle stuff!"
And my boyfriend was like "hereyou go weirdo"
We're engaged now, and um...
like, if there is a diamond ring
that I, like,had to have, it would be
expensive, but I, like-- Icould buy it for myself.
Like, I could do that.
But society saysI'm not allowed to
because that would bea creepy,
lonely thing to do.
And I just feel like men wouldnever allow this society to
work that way for them.
Like, okay, so, like, think ofsomething, like, a guy likes.
Like, let's say, like,a giant flat screen TV.
Like, try to imagine a worldwhere a guy cannot buy a giant
flat screen TV for himself.
It's not allowed.
To get a giant flat screen TV,he has to wait for some woman
to meet him andfall in love with
him for the rest ofhis [BLEEP] life.
You can't-- Can youimagine, like, a guy...
Try to imagine, like, a guy,like, showing up to work on,
like, a Monday morning and he,like, passes his co-worker's
cubicle, like, super coy.
And he's like, "Hey,how was your weekend?"
And his co-worker's like,"Pretty boring,
how was yours?"
And then he holds upthe TV and it's like...
And they're like, "Oh, my God!
It's so big!"
That would never, ever happen.