Monthly Archives: November 2012

The War On Men

When I saw this article written by Suzanne Venker over on Fox News, I wasn’t sure entirely how to react. Yes, it might be true (statistics are still cloudy) that “women have become the majority of the U.S. workforce” and … Continue reading

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Obama is Gay

Neal Gabler wrote an article entitled “The GOP’s Macho Posturing” a few weeks ago in The Nation.  I have written a summary and commentary on it for your benefit.  The Nation restricts access to its print publication without an online … Continue reading

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Education of the Educators

This past monday we watched a great movie in a class, The Education of Shelby Knox, which followed the high school years of high school girl in Texas and her career on the student council.  She fights for an increased focus … Continue reading

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Blackness the Movie (Video #3)

So Christine, Tessa and I teamed up to create another visual masterpiece.  I’ll post the youtube clip now, and add a little more supplemental information tomorrow. Good Night all. Edit 10:50 11/20:  The idea behind this video was to keep … Continue reading

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Interview with Jill Filipovic

Jill Filipovic is a blogger for “Feministe” and a writer for The Guardian.  She has a background in writing, having graduated from NYU with a degree in journalism, and later went on to attend law school at the same institution.  After … Continue reading

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Queer Blogging (Assignment #6)

Social Media, New Media more specifically, has opened the door for more and more smaller social issues to rise to the forefront.  Traditional Media is important and it serves a useful purpose, but it caters to the masses and is … Continue reading

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Hair (The Blog Post)

I’m sorry if this sounds a little like I’m objectifying women.  I’m just trying to get my point across. Chris Rock’s movie “Good Hair” was good-humor; funny social satire in which nobody got hurt, nobody was embarrassed, and everybody got … Continue reading

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