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Category Archives: Drag
“Women will do anything to avoid being alone” says Manuela upon recalling her relationship of Lola, and her clinging on to him in avoidance of being left to handle her child and herself alone. Yet my how this changes. The … Continue reading → Continue reading
http://www.nytimes.com/1993/04/18/style/paris-has-burned.html?pagewanted=all&src=pm http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/26/fashion/a-lively-house-of-xtravaganza-ball-scene-city.html?_r=0 After watching the movie “Paris is Burning” this past weekend, I came across two articles by the New York Times, one written in 1993 (Paris Has Burned) and one written in 2012 (Paris is Still Burning). The first … Continue reading → Continue reading
When I watched Paris is Burning last Sunday, I kept thinking of discussions and readings I’ve had in my anthropology classes. This may sound like it has nothing to do with our class, but hear me out. Essentialism, orientalism, colonialism, … Continue reading → Continue reading
For this week’s blog I wanted to do something a bit different. For this blog I won’t be discussing film, but another media outlet: advertisements. During our discussion in class the term androgynous was coined and this got me thinking … Continue reading → Continue reading