Ughhhhhhhhhhhh. How icky is this commercial? It’s like… a great big ball of rape culture, objectification, queer erasure, and victim blaming in one 30 second vomitous stream of visuals.
Brilliant video lampooning gender policing, and highlighting that watermelon is great. <3 <3 <3 Who DOESN’T love watermelon? Even cats eat it. YAY WATERMELON.
This first link may not be safe for work. For those of you who dare: BEHOLD! LESBIANS REACT TO LESBIAN PORN! Total honesty: I thought this next vid was going to be a “Single Ladies” parody. This critique of the corporatization of LGBTQQA movements and marketing towards homonormative citizens is less musical, but more politically […]
After Earth stands out brilliantly in a crowd of ho-hum summer blockbusters. Its nuanced portrayal of military family dynamics as well as its complicating of the homefront through its centering of the whole military family deftly raises the emotional stakes of the film’s action sequences. Plus, Kitai’s mom and sister are better developed and more emotionally […]
Seriously… this is so funny I am CRYING. Here’s another cute kid… this time from a commercial. Interestingly, people are so, uh, RACIST, that Cheerios closed comments on this series of commercials, since it features an interracial couple/family. Hooray for Cheerios! I’m normally a Snap/Crackle/POP! girl, but I’m now publicly declaring my new found allegiance […]
Hey, Hathor readers! It’s your friendly neighborhood guest blogger, Gena– rumors of my writing retirement have been greatly exaggerated. Before I jump into the nitty-gritty of this article, I’d like to give a big, big thank you to the awesome members of the Star Trek fandoms, and people from outside, as well, who’ve produced amazing, thought-provoking pieces […]
Angelina Jolie, upon learning she had a rare genetic marker that indicates especially high risk for breast and ovarian cancer (the latter of which took her mother’s life at age 56), decided to have a preventative double mastectomy to reduce her risk of breast cancer from 89% to less than 5%. Then she decided to […]