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White Women Can Run -- But We Can't Hide

by Marina Orwell

I actually have many bikeside chats on this subject that I haven’t had time to edit — many of which center on the idea of White female separatism. 829 more words

Orwell’s Daughter

Family entertainment?

Last night I watched an episode of Grantchester, a PBS mystery series about a detective and a vicar who solve murders together. While this show is PG-rated and considered family friendly entertainment, it is filled with misogyny. 373 more words

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TV Review: Twin Peaks The Return (Ten).

The tenth episode of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s Twin Peaks: The Return opens with three successive scenes of violence. In the first, the primary school teacher Miriam (Sarah Jean Long) is apparently murdered in her idyllic trailer park home by Richard Horne (Eamon Farren). 1,151 more words

Reflections Upon Contemporary Events.

Misogyny and the Media - how it misses the point.

When we think of the Holocaust, and the Concentration Camps that stand around in the present day, as a monument of a terrible past, where thousands and millions of people were held prisoner, we hardly associate this with fashion. 496 more words

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Misogyny In The Ten Commandments

The society which produced biblical literature was male oriented and misogynistic as to their thinking. Although most ancient cultures envisioned female deities in their tales and myths, the Hebrew world which produced the Old Testament usually identified God as a singular, male being. 427 more words

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The implicit bias in misogyny

Boo!

Our face, a genteel masquerade. Sometimes opaque, at other times transparent. Beneath, a scarier, second face. Which the face, which the mask, can we tell? 949 more words

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