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As a rape victim, I sympathise with Chrissie Hynde - but she can't tell me it was my fault - telegraph.co.uk

Singer Chrissie Hynde has shocked many people by saying a woman’s actions can lead to sexual assault. Daisy Buchanan says we should feel sorry for her 1,174 more words

Entertainment

Daisy Buchanan: I don't FEEL safe! Somebody Make Me FEEL Safe

English feminist Daisy Buchanan (no relation to the Great Gatsby character) complains that she doesn’t “feel” safe. It gets pretty silly.

My Mum once told me her biggest regret was that she’d brought her daughters up to be so polite.

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Feminism Outer Party

Gatsby or Marchesa?

Fresh off the Haute Couture runway, it’s hard to deny the influence of Fitzgerald and Daisy Buchanan in these exquisite creations by Marchesa. Seriously, I just want to frolic around town in one of these dresses and pretend like I have my own Gatsby chasing my heart. 65 more words

Fashion

Jealousy, Taylor Swifting, and Not Naming Names

If there’s one thing I have learned from Taylor Swift over the years, it would have to be the careful craft of writing down exactly how you feel, both in reference to the people that caused you to feel that way (but we stopped using their actual names…mostly) and the details of whatever emotion they caused you to experience. 755 more words

Life

The Divine Daisy Buchanan

“Let’s put the number one thing in the number one spot

How rich are your parents? How much money do they got?”

(“If It Were Up to Me”–The Front Bottoms) 950 more words

Literature

To Gatsby or not to Gatsby, that is the question

Song for this post. Peter Cincotti: Metropolis

Most writers want to be somebody else. Joseph Heller wanted to be Groucho Marx. Norman Mailer wanted to be Ernest Hemingway. 730 more words

Writing

The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald

TITLE: The Great Gatsby
AUTHOR: F. Scott Fitzgerald
STATUS: READ
RATING: 5/5

This book is the attestation that we are currently inhabiting an undoubtedly distinctive world. 160 more words

Books