Tag Archives: misogyny

Unapologetically Smart

I am a woman.  I am smart. I’m using “smart” in the standard academic sense of the word, not to minimize other forms of intelligence (artistic, emotional, spatial-relational, etc.), but to limit the scope of this discussion. Perhaps I made … Continue reading

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Business As Usual in the Land of Objectification

Well, it’s been an eventful week for women.  Many, many, many people have already commented on the events listed below.  I will briefly contribute to the din. 1) Kim Kardashian posed nude for Paper magazine.  I can now add her … Continue reading

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America, Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Sociopaths

Target shelves Frank Sinatra next to Britney Spears.  Ol’ Blue Eyes getting a posthumous eyeful.  I found myself in the “pop music” section a couple weeks back, ostensibly to research a Rihanna tune. The middle school choir at the Big … Continue reading

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