This piece from the Huffington Post discusses a recent interview for Bitch magazine with Kay Cannon, writer of “New Girl” and “Pitch Perfect” .
While 47% of law degrees awarded in 2012 were to females and women comprised 45% of associate positions in private practices, women only make up 15% of “the equity-partner level—the highest position at a law firm where partners have actual ownership of the firm”.
In my close reading of Enough, I tried to explain how in the scene where Slim is in in Mitch’s house spying on him, Slim has complete power over the scene.
One movie that has really got me thinking this semester about women’s empowerment has been Enough. I think this is partially because of the role of domestic abuse in the film. In the beginning of the film Enough, Slim plays the role of a stereotypical woman. Indeed, the only we way we can truly individualize…
Our discussion got me thinking: exactly what purpose are the Sister Wives serving for society? And how does their reality show retreat women’s advancements?
“Two professors of zoology at the University of Cambridge say that females use passive-aggressive tactics to solve problems with their sexual competition.”
Hannah’s post in “My Problem with Rashida’s Tweet: #stopactinglikewhores” got me thinking about our recent class discussion that the very language we use to discuss gender and gender binaries are already embedded in excess of their meanings.