When you sit down to play a new game, that has garnered a lot of attention and accolades there is a lot of excitement and anticipation for that title screen to first greet your eyes. As I got older a lot of the excitement and anticipation for new games has dwindled, I kept asking the […]Read More Connecting with a Character
According to a poll taken by the Washington Post, only 43% of American women consider themselves to be feminists. Unsurprisingly, the rates of men who consider themselves feminists are even lower, sitting at a mere 23%. So whats the sitch? Do a majority of Americans actually refute the concept of equality of the sexes? I think […]Read More If You Don’t Consider Yourself a Feminist, Are You Anti-Equality?
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A week or two ago, I had written about Beyoncé’s newest album and the feminist language it speaks. In my post, I had mentioned that Beyoncé incorporated a huge chunk of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s feminist speech at the 2013 TEDxEuston conference. When writing that post, I had watched Adichie’s entire speech and realized how Beyoncé […]Read More “We Should All Be Feminists” A speech that can change the world