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Nudity, Privacy, and Fucking Off With Your Entitlement

 

I’ve taken nude photos of myself. I think I have a few somewhere on my computer, some in possession of trusted exes, and some just in the ambiguity of my imagination after having been deleted. 728 more words

"'I do not gaze at Scully': Rain King: The X-Files' Response to Laura Mulvey," by memories_child

Curator’s Note: These next three posts showcase meta that use Laura Mulvey’s 1975 essay, “Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema” as a jumping-off point for the consideration of male/female relationships and interactions in… 2,974 more words

The Quantification of Everything (Especially Sex!)

What’s the difference between Followers and Stalkers?  And why do I crave one and not the other?  Why are catcalls on the street demeaning, yet “likes” on Facebook so uplifting? 117 more words

Erotica

Violence, Porn, and MMA

The story of Christy Mack and Jon Koppenhaver is a bizzarely harrowing one. Koppenhaver, also known as War Machine, is a professional MMA fighter. He’s spent time working in the porn industry and participated in the UFC, until he was booted from that for comments he made about a deceased fighter via a social media platform. 1,241 more words

The Point of No Return: On Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! and Laura Mulvey's Male Gaze

        Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! (Meyers 1965) is a thrilling film that may make the viewer take a second thought about a woman before being giving into seduction from the female form and charm. 2,598 more words

B Movies

Update: So, a Peer Commented on My Clothing Last Week....

(Previously.)

And my professor gave no f*#ks. Her response was essentially, “Well, you should be aware of how you’re making him feel and conduct yourself accordingly. 191 more words

Counseling

MRAs of Savage Love: Yoga Pants Are How Women Won the War

Howdy boys and grrrrls. It’s time again for “MRAs of Savage Love”! Tonight, we’re going to hear more from “Hunter78″, whom I featured prominently in my inaugural post in this series. 964 more words