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Category Archives: feminism
Enitharmon is the woman torn by tradition and revolution as she tries to piece the world together and allow society to sustain itself. She wants to do the best to keep her family together and wants salvation for all yet she separates herself from the whims of other women. She orders her children to “Go: tell […] Continue reading
Enitharmon’s eighteen-hundred-year-old slumber is described as the “female dream” because it epitomizes all that Enitharmon wanted. As described in S. Foster Damon’s A Blake Dictionary, Enitharmon is a free woman, and hopes to use her freedom and indoctrinate man with the belief that woman have more power (Damon 132a). To exert her dominance and power […] Continue reading
I’m not going to lie, I approached the whole gaming world with many pre-conceived notions and stereotypes of gaming culture and the very people that played these games. I pictured the overweight, late-twenties male in a stained and dirty t-shirt hidden in his parents’ basement playing games alone for hours, with the reflective glow of […] Continue reading
Rape Victim Pays the Price of Archaic Laws A 10-year-old girl who lives in the southern region of Zinguinchor, pregnant with twins after being raped by her neighbor, is being forced to continue her pregnancy, after human rights campaigners lost their fight to secure a legal abortion. The women lawyers’ association is still lobbying Senegal’s… Continue reading
We discussed in class today Blake’s controversial representation of female rape in the “Argument” to Visions of the Daughters of Albion. Just because we read Blake retrospectively as a “genius” does not mean we should let him off the hook for his sexist representation of female rape: Oothoon plucks “Leutha’s flower,” asserted her feminine sexual identity by […] Continue reading
I spent a long time this afternoon trying to figure out exactly what it was that bothers me about feminism, or at least my perception of it. I often find myself defending feminism to other people (typically conservatives, including relatives), … Continue reading → Continue reading
Generally speaking, I plan on writing my final paper on portrayals of independent women and domestic abuse in film. Specifically, I want to focus on a very specific type of woman in American culture: the white Southern woman. My paper … Continue reading → Continue reading