You know the type: Cheech and Chong, The Dude, the guys from Friday and Mall Rats and Half Bakedand, of course, Rogen, the current cinematic standard-bearer of the bong-hitting, heavy-lidded, very male tribe. The problem with that image is that it happens to ignore the wide world of female potheads. Awkward, weird and pleasantly crude, they are the inverse of dainty Sex and the City types.
But for those ladies who incorporate weed into their daily lifestyles, you are the coolest babes of all. A sexy girl is one thing, but a sexy girl who can roll a joint better than a boy brings it to a whole new level. Stoner girls can get blunted with the dudes, roll up joints with the homegirls, or simply chill at home, taking bong rips to the face.
Although technically a kids film, originally this movie was supposed to be a lot more adult. From blatant weed smoking references to a Daphne and Velma kiss, we can only mourn what could have been a much different Scooby Doo: The Movie. Yet when we analyse what did become of this live action kids film, we are still left with a mainly gender-neutral representation of stoner culture.
Lying in a hostel in Siem Reap, stoned out of my mind after making the ill-fated decision to consume 'happy pizza,' I had a thought. Deep in a stoned daze, horizontal and half way through a packet of pringles, I wanted to know: where are all the women who blaze? I ran through my friends who smoked, and struggled to list women. Women who smoked or even, gasp, could roll, were an impressive token in gangs of men compensating for their communicative and social inabilities by blazing all day.
Stoner film is a subgenre of comedy films that revolve around the use of cannabis. They are often representative of cannabis culture. The historic film Reefer Madness has also become popular as a "stoner movie" because its anti-drug message is seen by some modern viewers as so over the top that the film amounts to self-parody.
Even your friendly neighbourhood stoner has one! Why is the April 20 so special to stoners? They smoked so much pot that just became a code word for cannabis.
The term "stoner" has long been synonymous with high school burnouts, collegiate-level slackers, and a handful of other male "underachiever" stereotypes. Of late, the word has gotten a make-over—a glamming up, if you will—thanks in part to the female cannabis lovers who are leading the marijuana industry's growth and stepping in to reclaim and normalize the once-loaded term. We spoke with seven women, all hailing from different social and professional backgrounds, about what it means to be a stoner, and how they're dispelling the negative connotations of the female smoker.
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NEAR-nude models with a passion for pot win thousands of followers in the latest salacious social media craze. The ganjagirls hashtag on Instagram brings up more than a million hits of sexy women posing provocatively with weed. While the more savvy stoners use their platform to promoting their own businesses and products, like clothing, glassware or edibles.
Think about it: Guys are great, weed is phenomenal and when you combine the two, you get a better combination than Nutella and a spoon. Add sex into the equation and you have hit the trifecta of bliss. There is a big difference between a guy who occasionally smokes a bowl before watching "Game of Thrones" and a true pothead. His room resembles a smoke shop, and you can spot a bong faster than a book in there.