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May9
“I have a lot of feelings about The Great Gatsby.”

In my younger and more vulnerable years my media criticism professor gave me some advice that I’ve been turning over in my mind ever since. “Whenever you feel like criticizing a book-to-film translation,” she told me, “just remember that all the people in this world don’t read books the same way you do and therefore… Read more »

Mar20
Kassie King On: Homophobia and the Hatred of Women

The following blog is dependent upon one concept which is going to be so over-analyzed you might hate me by the end of this, but allow me to present you with an idea: Homophobia and the hatred of homosexual activity directly stems from an age-old patriarchal hatred of women. I’m not trying to make every… Read more »

Mar13
Transgender Awareness with Kassie King

My brother and I were watching Glee together when the character of Wade was introduced. Wade is a biologically male student performer who doesn’t identify as a man. During the episode, Wade takes the stage dressed as “Unique,” the person Wade always dreamed of being, but Unique is not a man. My brother, the incredibly… Read more »

Feb13
Fluid Sexuality and Stuff

In April of my junior year (of high school) I decided to cut off all my hair. I had just gotten done with a play that had required my hair to be dyed and cut in weird shapes and all I really wanted to do was start fresh so I told my hairdresser to “think… Read more »

Jan23
Women, Eating and Sociology Class

The other day in my sociology class we were talking about all the ways women’s bodies are commodities. Naturally, a discussion of “thinness” came up. My professor said that everything is thinner and more compact, now. Essentially the obsession with women’s bodies follows the same obsession with technology. Women get thinner as phones and computers… Read more »

Jan23
Anna Karenina Film Necessary?

Joe Wright, the director of such historical romances as Pride & Prejudice and Atonement burst into this year’s cinema with another new take on a classic; Anna Karenina. A beautiful set, a beautiful cast, and a beautiful score contributed to what was perhaps the most aesthetically pleasing film of the year; and the most pointless…. Read more »

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