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 also bearing witness the abomination that was the newest Ghostbusters franchise starter has left me… Read More The parallels between Hillary Clinton’s failed campaign and the doomed ghostbusters reboot
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 and succinct phrases of an old way of speaking. I honestly love the phrase because… Read More Where do thoughts go?
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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 minds of those who will refuse to read this in…
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 polymorphic artists of our time. His artwork, whether it be film, sculpting, acting, painting, effects,… Read More David Lynch Preview
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 minds of those who will refuse to read this in the first place. No, the… Read More A Plea to Young Men
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 and offensive material in films, video games, and other mediums. While many use this is… Read More A Trope That Needs to Go