With the recent wave of sexual assault and harassment allegations against some of Hollywood’s biggest male figures, many social media… Read more #MeToo and Why We’re Missing the Point
Resident Assistant Dylan Asher is junior at the University of North Texas who puts on an annual drag show for… Read more Chosen Family
Everyone is guilty of flipping channels only to find that the only thing on is Kardashian or Teen Mom reruns… Read more Creating Our Own Reality?
I’m currently taking an opinion writing class as part of my major and in it, we talked about the discrepancy… Read more Where Have All The Female Journalists Gone?
We watched the film Miss Representation in class this week and it discussed many issues and topics that we have… Read more Miss Representation: A Response
In class a group presented a summary of an article explaining all the ways that Twilight, the teen movie about… Read more In Defense of Twilight – A Feminist Success
Growing up as a half-mexican in America has forced me to reflect on my own identity in ways I would not… Read more Mexican Is Not A Dirty Word
Men are angry, horrible creatures whose main goal in life is to suppress women’s rights and step over people on… Read more Feminists Don’t Have Time for Your Masculinity Crisis
This is my second post on representation in the media but there are just so many facets to this issue… Read more Wait, Minorities Exist?
It’s hard to differentiate between what we think and what we are conditioned to think and this is very clear… Read more Healthy Tastes Better Than Skinny Feels
During class this week, we watched the film “13th” which discussed the system of mass incarceration in America and its… Read more Jim Crow Didn’t Die, We’re Just Ignoring Him
In order to talk about gender representation in the media, you first have to understand what their relationship is and the… Read more Misrepresentation is Worse than No Representation