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Hey Friends / Artist Stereotypes

Good afternoon!

Wherever you are I hope you’re having an awesome day. I know I am.

Sipping coffee, people watching, and sitting on a super comfy seat. 892 more words

Art Major

Is Gone Girl neither feminist nor misogynistic?

What with the cinematic release of David Fincher’s adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s novel Gone Girl some have suggested that the story and the movie (the screenplay is written by Flynn, so is incredibly similar to the novel) are anti-feminist. 225 more words


Five Things People Usually Won't Understand About Life with Multiple Disabilities

Julie of Counting My Spoons just posted a list of six things healthy people just won’t understand about life with chronic illness or pain. I didn’t know the first one – that migraine sufferers just can’t take their medication at the first hint of a migraine -, because I don’t have migraines, but I could relate to the others. 668 more words


Legend of Korra: Powerful Female Leads and Our Perception of Beauty

The Legend of Korra and Avatar: The Last Airbender are two of my all time favorite shows. They are complex, poignant, adventurous, and visually striking, but on top of all that, they crafted fabulous multi-faceted characters for both genders.  1,045 more words


Equal, but not the same

This public improvement film shows us all that men and women are indeed different.  No, it’s just about anatomy.  (By the way, the clip is from a 1990’s British comedy series.)  Women’s brains are different from men’s.   283 more words

Ex-pat Life


“I love your arm hair. Are your legs the same?”

“Yeah, it’s those Mediterranean genes.”

“Lucky. I wouldn’t shave my legs if I had hair like that.”


Representation of Minorities & Truth (Post 17)

“As much as any written document, they have to be read with care in order to be understood accurately in unbiased and nonstereotypical term. Every photo of people contains history, culture, and context. 423 more words