Category Archives: Feminism

The parallels between Hillary Clinton’s failed campaign and the doomed ghostbusters reboot

  I hate to be the one to write this, because I hate to be the one bashing mainstream white feminism, and yet the reality of just having spent 6 months working for both the Hillary Rodham Clinton campaign while … Continue reading

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Where do thoughts go?

Do they go in the hearts of men? Or the minds of people?   I like the phrase “hearts of men.” It’s kind of a nod to the past and a tip of the hat to the tradition of short … Continue reading

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A Plea to Young Men

Originally posted on Flawed Masterpieces:
Change is hard. It’s really fucking hard. It’s hard enough to change one’s self. It can be near impossible to change another person. I considered this when planning this essay. And I’ve decided that I’ll…

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David Lynch Preview

David Lynch may well be the defining voice ofthe last generation’s filmmakers, which is a scary thought because he has a backhanded appreciation of what we would consider White America. I honestly think he’s a genius, one of the few … Continue reading

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A Plea to Young Men

Change is hard. It’s really fucking hard. It’s hard enough to change one’s self. It can be near impossible to change another person. I considered this when planning this essay. And I’ve decided that I’ll never be able to change the … Continue reading

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A Trope That Needs to Go

It’s hard to avoid hearing about sexism in art these days, especially with social media websites such as Twitter or Tumblr. It only takes a quick glance to spot what Reddit users dub Social Justice Warriors–people who point out questionable … Continue reading

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