Tag Archive: feminism

‘Billy’ and the violence of Angel

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More or less everyone has heard of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. More or less anyone with basic analytical skills is aware that Buffy has feminist and anti-misogynistic leanings. Buffy was responsible for a… Continue reading

The Parable of Elle Woods

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A quick Googling of the definition of ‘parable’ tells me they are akin to stories that contain a moral truth, lesson or simple allegory. A quick Googling is all I am willing to… Continue reading

My Nail Polish? It’s called ‘Anti-Rape Red’

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  When I was little, I used to watch this show called ‘Totally Spies’. In a nutshell, it was cartoon copy of ‘Charlie’s Angels’; three girls, kicking ass, with a generic male voice to… Continue reading

Woman against ‘Women Against Feminism’

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I honestly dream of the day when I can, truly, say ‘I don’t need feminism anymore, sexism no longer exists’. As simple or as impossible as that sounds, some women feel they can… Continue reading