Tag Archives: gender roles

My story: On sexual assult

I’m kind of torn, because on the one hand I get requests for more of my story, but on the other, stuff that isn’t deconstruction never seems to get as many views or comments. But then, very little of that … Continue reading

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On sexism

I’ve been hearing this commercial over and over on the way to work in the mornings. It’s a McDonald’s commercial, involving a conversation between an Egg McMuffin and some Oatmeal. It begins with the Oatmeal (female voice) chastising the McMuffin … Continue reading

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TPD pp 162-165: Lolwut?

What is this I don’t even. The last time I felt this way was over a hundred pages ago, with a brief interlude about a businessman having lost a package from a professor and his secretary saying she’ll find it. … Continue reading

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Lyrics Deconstruction: “Bad” by The Cab

The premise of the song “Bad” is nothing new: the singer desires an unhealthy relationship instead of the healthy one he’s being offered. It’s a sentiment that has been echoed in many other songs, a sentiment that speaks to the … Continue reading

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My story: part 1

There was a bit of an altercation over the weekend that’s left me feeling particularly fragile and vulnerable today. I won’t go into details, because it’s sort of still going on, but it reminded me of my childhood, and I … Continue reading

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Life Lessons: A dark morn

I thought we could just be people. Every day, on the news, you hear about someone or another dehumanizing a group of people: saying incredibly racist things, trying to take away basic human rights, and the like. But those are … Continue reading

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