Tag Archives: sexism

Sex in the Classroom

After an odd night with a toxic soul I decided to read some feminist commentary to reassure myself that my principles are accurate and not wrong-headed nor unreasonable.  More importantly, to console myself that I am not “crazy,” “nuts,” “unstable,” or “indecisive” like all women are according to the septic tank who spoke so eloquently […]

Lady Sings the Blues . . .

This biopic of Lady Day was fantastic even though it was not really representative of the lady in question.  One, Billie Holiday was not quite the diva that Diana Ross made it out to her be.  This is acknowledged in the extra footage on the DVD.  Except in the footage, they (the costumer designers) say […]

The Black List Project Continued. . .

For some reason, it always hits a nerve when a female coeval says she is not a feminist. “Why do we need feminism?/Aren’t we all equal now?/I have never experienced sexism, what’s the big deal?/I don’t identify with those bra burning feminists!/It’s for white affluent women, it’s not for me/The girls I know who are […]