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Cultural Contexts -John Waters Pink Flamingos in relation to the Abject

In this essay I will be examining the 1972 cult classic Pink Flamingos within the context of modernity, particularly focusing on Abjection. As well as exploring the abject as a theatrical idea I will display how Pink Flamingos perfectly illustrates Abjection as an artistic choice. 1,497 more words


Baby Daters

Lightly Inspired by True Events and Wonderfalls, a play. Written by Gretchen J. Berg & Aaron Harberts. The Pink Flamingos Monologue.

I am generally a nervous person. 349 more words

Flaming flamingos

They seem so pink from afar. But when you zoom in, they are mostly white. And then one lifts his wing a little, and then you know. 309 more words
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XL Popcorn - Pink Flamingos / O Pagador de Promessas

We appear to be in the home stretch here. The pain is not as it once was, but it still means I can not type for longer than a few minutes without my wrist hurting or my fingers from going numb. 736 more words

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John Waters: Subverting Suburbia


In 1970s Baltimore, a brash, young director behind a pencil thin mustache began making some of the most bizarre and shocking films anyone had seen. 89 more words


Day 8

The amount of time I’ve found in my day has doubled, no tripled, since I stopped drinking. I get so much done now. It might be helpful that I am not working right now, so there is an extra 8 hours each day, and then add to that the 5 hours I would spend drinking at the end of the day, I guess it’s not really very surprising that I have found a lot of extra time to do things that need to be done. 424 more words