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Category Archives: lesbianism
The last two films we have watched have placed the two participants in a lesbian relationship into aesthetically stereotypical roles – butch versus femme. However, we saw in Bound that, though Corky and Violet initially seemed to fit these categories, … Continue reading → Continue reading
It has classically been said that as the heterosexual male gaze dominates cinema. Not only are most protagonists created specifically so that the heterosexual male spectator may identify with them, but the purpose of women in film is often to … Continue reading → Continue reading
I started off my last post by saying that I do not have an extensive background in the realm of feminist film critique. This week, I would like to say up front that I am even less experienced with the … Continue reading → Continue reading