My name is Valtaine.
That's the way I am, through my skin, through my feelings, through mysticism and faith, through spiritualistic and materialistic needs, fascinated by the occult. The essence of a man and his love for the arts, the nature, the everything beautiful. That's the way I am, I'm an eclectic, eccentric and egocentric aesthete
I'm the owner and wax sculptor from the jewellry brand Reliquia Arcana.
Modeled after Marlboro, Morley is a completely fictional cigarette brand that can only be found on TV and film. Since it is a hastle to secure copyrights on certain products, many filmakers simply invent brandnames to serve their movies and television shows. Morley was first introduced in 1963 with the Twilight Zone episode “Terror at 20,000 Feet” staring William Shatner. Since then Morley has been featured in numerous films, tv shows, and video games. Quite possibly its most prolific role was in the science fiction drama X-Files being the smoke of choice for the infamous “Cigarette Smoking Man”.
Other appearances include but are not limited to:
24, Becker, Beverly Hills 90210, Breaking Bad, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Burn Notice, Californication, Criminal Minds, Cold Case, CSI:New York, The Dick Van Dyke Show, ER, Everybody Hates Chris, Frazier, Friends, Heroes, Jake 2.0, Judging Amy, Lost, Malcolm in the Middle, Medium, Mission Impossible, Nash Bridges, New Amsterdam, Orange is the New Black, The Outer Limits, Prison Break, Pushing Daisies, Saving Grace, Seinfeld, Spy Game, System Shock 2, That 70’s Show, The Walking Dead, and Warehouse 13.
The photo above is an empty pack of Morleys autographed by William B. Davis, the actor who played Cigarette Smoking Man on the X-Files.
Here I am reblogging this from myself because I think everyone who breathes needs to see it and MAKE IT STOP.
This is a joke. He interviews people and makes jokes. Calm your feministic self down.
Get out. If you honestly think that, I want you to unfollow me right now.
That guy isn’t joking, and if he is, its a god awful joke, and has no right to be supported. If he’s joking, then its an example of institutionalized misogyny in comedy that has been built up over the years and decades past, and it is not acceptable.
I am uncomfortable with those jokes, and I’m a GUY. It isn’t ok to do to ANYBODY, let alone people who are trying to enjoy a convention and cosplay a character they like. This is disgusting and shit like this needs to stop, from all angles, even someone trying to make a shitty joke.
Women are not objects, and they should not be treated as such.
If you think this guy is funny for doing that, and if you honestly think I need to calm down for being “feministic” in this issue, then you need to unfollow me, because I have no intention of stopping. And now that you’ve drawn attention to yourself with this, I highly suggest you don’t bring it up again.
In fact, I recommend you take a good long look at yourself. Take a look at how you are treated, and how other people around you are treated. If you think this is comedic and funny, you need to check yourself, because its not. If you think joking about women in such a way that demeans them and objectifies them, you need to check yourself.
And above all else, if you think someone standing up for equality of women and the cessation of this shitty behavior from EVERYONE, not just this comedian, warrants someone like YOU telling that person to “calm [their] feministic self down”, then you need to reconsider your priorities in life.