Glad to see someone bringing attention to this one-sided conversation. Discussions with our children, both boys and girls, are required to help us make the necessary cultural shift to stop looking at the objectification of women as entertainment.
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Guest post by: Richelle Duane, Civil Advocacy Supervisor, HAVEN
When I was growing up cartoons, movies, and television shows about the future were pretty common. There was The Jetsons, Back to the Future and Star Trek, just to name a few. 850 more words
If you have ears, you’ve heard Robin Thicke’s hit “Blurred Lines.” If you’ve had any amount of spare time in the past few days and have access to the internets, you’ve heard about Thicke’s performance at the VMA’s with Miley Cyrus. 702 more words