Taken back to the broader perspective, what the hell is Prince Philip doing in the movie? Or in any movie? What purpose do men serve in a world where they can’t occupy themselves with saving females? This Philip question has finally really let me see the reality of what the “traditional” treatment of females in our art does to men. I finally grasp what a weirdly bleak and frankly horrifying landscape it is for male characters who are just as bound by the “Princess” stereotype as their female counterparts.
A brief note to readers: This is my first post in some time. It is a personal post, and I don’t expect many of you to finish it. But it is my own choice. My own decision of how to spend the last moments of my twenties, and the first … Read More
Dear Readers, Last night I went to a midnight showing of Oz the Great and Powerful. So, standard spoiler alert here. I’ll be honest: going in I had little hope that the film would be stellar. I wanted it to be! On the surface it should be an anthem film … Read More
(**NOTE: This letter is in address to DC Comics decision to hire Orson Scott Card to write the Superman comic series. At the time of this publication, Mr. Card was an outspoken anti-gay activist, and the letter addresses this. Also, as a point of ethics, when I wrote this I … Read More
Dear Readers, I am gay. I have been open about being gay for about a decade, and I have been accepting of my own homosexuality (by which I mean to say that I stopped trying to change it for Jesus) for about four years now. I am a lot of … Read More