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I feel like Pablo

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  1. We took our 9 month old last year - it was amazing! We camped in cockmill. My advice would be if you do want to camp there, and it is really a great location, leave as early as you can. We arrived at 5.30am and didn't get set up until around 11. This year we are planning to leave more like 12am (we used to go earlier than this in 2011-2017 BC (before children)) and queue overnight. As long as you have drink/snacks/chairs/entertainment/warm stuff you can all get some quiet rest or start the party and be in and set up between 8 and 9am with minimal slow trudging towards the gate and stopping and starting as you'll be mostly there. This is weather dependent though. If it's raining you can still do all this but bring a pop up tent and remain inside there. If you don't mind camping in wicket then feel free to arrive at your leisure as it won't fill up until the weekend.
  2. I feel like Pablo

    CATS

    I'm confused haha
  3. I feel like Pablo

    CATS

    I had to turn la la land off. It was atrocious.
  4. I feel like Pablo

    CATS

    Seen it. Loved it. Cats is my fave musical of all time. People who think it's weird and awful would also think the stage show is weird and awful. The CGI isn't great quality in parts, but it's essentially still the musical. Some of the cats wear clothes, some don't. That is true to the musical. Same with the weird scale of cat to set and also the human figures of the cats. It's the bloody stage show imagined as a film. It'd weird and sexual and doesn't have much plot. And that's how I like it. Rant over
  5. That's ok! When you said you weren't very familiar with him I saw it as my golden opportunity to bang on about how great he is. If you don't like the heavier stuff, Flower boy and Igor are a lot more accessible. Igor is being played a lot on the radio at the moment
  6. Well It's a 5 hour flight from Bristol and 3 hours from Heathrow. Still doable but depends how much the acts want to play and make money
  7. He's not intolerant, he writes as characters a lot. Also almost every rapper says or has said the standard bitches for women eg Kanye, jay z, who both headlined. He got banned for language from the UK for Yonkers which was incredible but also jarring and shocking, but he was like 17. But Flower boy was almost an apology, it was a lot softer and he's a lot older now. And his latest album Igor is a full character album where in all the promo he IS Igor with the wig and clothes. And the idea that anyone can be Igor, Igor is a feeling. He also alludes a lot to being gay and is close friends with Frank Ocean and Syd who are known to be gay. If he was intolerant of women and homosexuality I doubt he would be such close friends with those people. Tyler would be an incredible booking for Glastonbury. Not only is his work intricate, beautiful and powerful, he pissed the Tories off so much Theresa may banned him from the UK. If that isn't a 'fuck you' to them, I don't know what is
  8. I do think/am hopeful Tyler is an option despite talk of him maybe wanting more cash money than is on offer. The whole Theresa may banning him shit is surely something Emily would want to rub in the Tories face
  9. Has anyone mentioned the possibility of Tyler yet? He's out and about in Europe in early June
  10. No but I did see shitfaced Shakespeare at the Bread and roses a few years ago and it was really funny. For those not familiar it's a company where one of the cast has to drink a lot of alcohol throughout the show while trying to perform.
  11. Don't even want to be discussing this, but women only spaces were mentioned by another user which you then jumped on and which I cannot just stand by and let you say without challenge.
  12. None of that make sense. It's written there on the article for you to read with your own eyes I don't need to explain it to you. Regardless of what sex you are born, which you have no control over, you grow up that sex with those experiences. A girl growing up has a completely different childhood and life to a man. Maybe you dont think that in the UK (you're wrong) but thinking of it globally might help: What men are honour killed? What men are aborted simply for being male? What men are forced into arranged marriages with much older women who will rape and impregnate them as children? What men die in menstruation huts? Etc etc etc. The way you are born, what sex, colour, nationality defines your whole life. You are a man who is so privileged you cannot understand how a woman only space would be helpful for women. It is to make women feel safe, something you seem to be not only opposed to but intent on trying to make them feel the opposite by trying to gain entry.
  13. B. Feel free to Google sexism and read the Wikipedia page on it and it will make more sense. Also reserve sexism. Because of the patriarchal society we have had for thousands of years the way sexism could be against men just has not even a fraction of the weight it does against women who have been systemically oppressed by men since forever.
  14. No. Men are the dominant sex in society and historically women have been the only sex who have been affected by sexism. To be affected by sexism as a man is in no way the same as it is for a woman. Hence women only spaces which some members of this forum are for some bizarre reason opposed to.
  15. Are you actually being serious with this again. You cannot be sexist against men. It is not possible
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