Some of you may have noticed that the blog is late this week. Truth be told, I struggled with what to write. Once it was written, I struggled with whether to post it. 1,270 more words
Tags » Feminist Theory
Hamlet is perhaps one of the most complex characters to ever be penned into existence. And ironically, his complexity makes him ambiguous with equal fervor. This interpretive dissonance is exacerbated by the madness that Hamlet attempts to convey—to which he accomplishes all too well. 1,852 more words
Welcome, readers and writers! This is the sixth and final installment of my exploration of Daria – who’s excited?
This show is a fantastic example of writing of female characters as people with a wide range of personalities and drives, rather than relying on tired old tropes. 4,782 more words
Feminist Perspectives on the Family
Almost all feminists agree that “gender” is socially constructed. This means that gender roles are learnt rather than determined by biology, and the most significant institution where we are socialised into our appropriate roles and norms of behaviour is the family. 1,830 more words