It’s not that I see this Peloton ad as dangerously glamorizing compulsive exercise or obsession with appearance; it’s not that deep.
A Star Is Born tells a real truth that women need to hear. Plus it’s a good movie.
Supernatural is a story of men who cannot accomplish the one thing men want the most – to keep their loved ones safe from harm.
Needing help is not a sign of patriarchal brainwashing.
In which Padme swoons, and dies. There is absolutely NO purpose to Padme’s death.
It is not the wider world’s place or responsibility to enforce Robert Foster’s self-imposed beliefs.
Perhaps the time has finally come for schools to recognize that they don’t need to distinguish between “ladies and gentlemen” when it comes to what team is taking the field, pitch or court.
Any girl can be a princess like Princess Leia.
Some people say Star Trek: The Original Series’ Mira Romaine is a Mary Sue only because she was written by a woman.
Most, and probably all of these job functions, are on track to become partially or entirely automated in the coming years.
Country songs that’ll make ya want to shout yee-haw! and throw off the yoke of patriarchal oppression.
There is no better violence.
The NFL moves into the twentieth century.
In our society, it’s not enough to discover that Julia Pierson was a bad choice for the position of Director of the Secret Service. Rather, we demand that her poor job performance be an indictment of the very decision to hire a woman in a position of authority in the first place.
by Tod Kelly
Masses of people agreeing to vote for officials who want to go to war, continue using the death penalty, and tend to oppose programs that would support the poor all so those officials will do little more than pay lip service to the virtue of female chastity surely isn’t the ideal arrangement for a democracy.