Do you have a popularity complex? If you have an underdeveloped sense of identity and a need for power the answer could be yes.
[vc_row] Is Sharp Objects This Years Feminist Manifesto? [vc_column][vc_column_text] Never in a short film or television series has a director so poignantly illustrated the power dynamics that impact females well-being, psychological sense of safety and fundamental identity than what was done by director Jean-Marc Vallée in Sharp Objects. Amma from Sharp Objects Originally adapted from Gilli[...]
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Atelier de Lesfressange (Series XXIII) Featured Image Queen Elizabeth the I (The Virgin Queen), was a Queen who was known for her policy, loyalty to her country and her courage while in power for nearly over 4 decades in England during the 15th century. What we know about Queen Elizabeth and her mother Anne Boleyn is that power for women is fragile. The First Fem[...]
Feminist thought and women's empowerment should always include the reclamation of motherhood. Our bodies, our choice.
The Myth of Psyche and Eros PSYKHE (Psyche) was the goddess of the soul and the wife of Eros (Roman Cupid) god of love. The mythology of Eros and Psyche goes as follows: Psyke (Psyche) was once a mortal princess whose captivating beauty was so astounding that men who worshipped the immortal goddess Aphrodite began treating the princess Psyche as a goddess. Consumed with envy, Aphrodite (Roman Venus) commanded Eros[...]
Breaking the Narrative of the Good Girl It is no misconception that females are given trauma in life. If you're a female, I would be hard pressed to believe you haven't experienced some form of traumatic experiencing from sexual exploitation, harassment, the pressure to conform and an inability to form appropriate ego states due to narratives passed down from patriarchal pedagogies. Understanding the way[...]