If you read my previous post, you know I talked about how I am obsessed with Love Island (if you have not read it, you should! Then come back to this post.) I always felt like you could not be a feminist, and support these types of shows, but I am learning you can, and […]Read More How to be a Feminist and Watch Love Island
We all have our guilty pleasures. For some people, it is eating a pint of chocolate ice cream and for some people it is watching their favorite show. My guilty pleasure is watching Love Island. I used to be ashamed to admit that I am obsessed with Love Island as a feminist because it reinforces […]Read More I hate that I love Love Island.
Photo courtesy of Flickr.com There’s good news and bad news. If you’ve never watched “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” a reality show about drag queens competing to become “The Next Drag Superstar,” then you’re in for a treat, but you’re also likely to experience some confusion over all of its cultural appropriation. Drag Race appears on Logo and […]Read More RuPaul’s Drag Race: Breaking or Reinforcing Cultural Stereotypes?
Sigh. It’s Valentines Day. Just another day to some of you, but a very important day to others. And me? I still haven’t quite figured that out. Everyone from men to my mother assume that as a feminist I must hate the holiday, but I like the color pink a lot, as well as the […]Read More Mythbustin’ Monday – All We Need Is A Few Perfect Men