A female friend recommended that i watch Damsels in Distress – Tropes vs Women in Video Games and now i’m suggesting it to you, especially if you’re a woman or a male…yep, i’m covering all bases and even more so to those of you that are parents or educators. Funded by a Kickstarter campaign, presenter Anita Sarkeesian, a lover of gaming and women’s rights, criticizes women as icons of powerlessness, most often victims of kidnap and death spurring male characters to rescue or vengeance. It reduces women to plot motivators … Continue reading →
I support women as strippers, mothers or presidents because i believe in the right to choose. I believe in human rights which makes all equal so that there would be no need for the subcategory “women’s rights”. I normally let women through the door first and, if encounter one crying, even a stranger, i’m tempted to hug her – that’s biological and compassionate, not chauvinistic (because intent counts). If i see a horror such as a Youtube video where a woman is being publicly beaten, i’m confused between wanting to … Continue reading →
Sometimes this quiet is so loud it deafens my head, my heart, my logic; excusing all reason to be proud I drink a million beers INSTEAD, telling myself that breasts are a nation, a male lifestyle of thought living in naivete and a synonym for true, yet callously human, direction.