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Category Archives: Double Standards
Hana’s question about the gender binary at Vanderbilt got me thinking, too. I’ve honestly seen just as much virgin and prude shaming toward women as I’ve seen slut shaming. It might partially be because I’m not in the Greek scene … Continue reading → Continue reading
All of the presentations by my classmates were very impressive, and made me think a lot about everything that we have discussed throughout the course. In particular, I really like Roxie’s presentation about Romantic era portrayals of gender roles. A … Continue reading → Continue reading
For my final project I initially began by observing how teen pregnancy was presented through However, after re-watching “Juno,” “Saved,” and “Life Interrupted” I was left without an over arching realization. I decided that in order to write a thesis … Continue reading → Continue reading