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Final Project: Painting, The Anonymous Woman

Throughout the course I had the pleasure of expanding my understanding of concepts pretraining to sex, sex stigmas, sex culture, and many other topics related to the body. In each class discussion I felt comfortable enough to listen and voice… Continue Reading →

Exploring Fat Shaming through Family Guy

Family Guy is a beloved animated TV original that first made its debut in January of 1999, created by Seth McFarlane. The sitcom revolves around the Griffin family which consists of an inconsiderate overweight father, a ditzy son, malicious infant,… Continue Reading →

Portrayal of Wonder Woman’s Body and Costume

Portrayal of Wonder Woman’s Body and Costume During the Golden Age of Comics Wonder Woman, also known as Diana Prince, is a superhero and contemporary feminist icon created by Dr. William Moulton Marston. The character first appeared in Sensation Comics… Continue Reading →

Painting: Bitch as a Category for Analysis

This painting, done by Kie’Auntae Parsons, explores the messages taught to girls and women by television, film, and social media, ultimately questioning: what power does the word bitch have over women, who defines it, and what does it mean when… Continue Reading →

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