Are you guys watching ‘Couples Therapy’? Because I’ve been catching bits and pieces here and there (way too much all at once), and I came upon this gem of an exchange between Courtney Stodden and one of the show’s therapists. Just … just read this. Now:
Therapist: Courtney and Doug, tell me a little bit about the power in your relationship.
Courtney: I think that we, you know, fight for the power, you know both of us … but I think that in the majority of things I do have the power over the relationship.
Therapist: Where do you get your power from.
Courtney: With certain things, that’s just the way that I dress. I have a passion. I am an advocate for having the right to be who you want to be, and there are people out there who don’t have a voice to dress the way they want to dress, look the way they want to look – due to the backlash and the actions of other people. I have saved many lives.
Therapist: I want to know where you get the power in your relationship with your husband. For real … no more beauty pageant answers …
Oh, so don’t worry—Courtney‘s saved many lives, guys. Somehow, somewhere, there’s someone alive just because Courtney Stodden exists, and endorses having a voice to dress the way they want to dress, because that’s not grammatically incorrect or, you know, for that matter, not entirely absurd at all.