Yep, two more reblogs that have to do with girls and consumer culture. Plus expectations we have for girls and women. The first deals with Disney and how those shows are influencing girls to be cruel, bullies, and buy into a sexist, demeaning stereotype that girls only want to be seen as pretty and that … Continue reading More Reblogging
Originally posted on IndeedIAm:
Disney has been ruining my kid…. a job I can do quite well on my own, thank you. I know, it sounds drastic. Don’t worry, I am not going to launch into a ridiculous diatribe about how Frozen has a hidden gay agenda (huge eye roll) or is turning my girls… Continue reading Disney is Ruining My Kid.
Reblogging that is. My previous post on girls and the color pink is so apropos and so illustrative of the changes and the overwhelming influence consumer culture has on the development of boys and girls. The US is the only country that permits unlimited advertising to children. Children are bombarded will consumerist materialism and are … Continue reading First Time
Well, not much really. I had planned on going to the library again today to work on sending out cover letters and resumes but then my digestive system decided to revolt. At least this time I managed to knock out the pain with the heating pad. I didn’t want to spend an hour and a … Continue reading And Then…?
I called the phone number on the notice about the notice for a hearing. It takes 10 weeks before the hearing notice goes out! At least I still have seven more weeks at this point and I can find a job by then. And I still need to call the lawyer. I did get up … Continue reading Early yet 10 More
Until a few days ago and a few post by Brother JR on CAF, I did not have a good outlook or view of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Now, I didn’t have a problem with her being the mother of Jesus or being ever virgin or conceived without sin. I understand and accept all the … Continue reading There’s Something About Mary (with some help from a Fransiscan Brother)