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The 3 Strongest Female Roles in Cinema 2012

November 6, 2012 9:28 pm3 comments
The 3 Strongest Female Roles in Cinema 2012

My dream job is to become a screenwriter for cinema, and one aspect of film that I am interested in is strong female roles. We, as an audience, have moved past the idea of depicting women as helpless, waiting for the strong male character to save them. However, there is […]

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Are Humans Too Fallible For Democracy?

1:30 pm2 comments
Are Humans Too Fallible For Democracy?

With the American elections imminent, and the UK choosing Police Commissioners on November 15, it’s worth investigating the gaping chasms behind the theories underpinning democracy, and the reality of human interaction. Western-style democracy is typically defended according to two principles – either (i) the electorate are best positioned to choose […]

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Girl Hate – In Which I Have An Epiphany

October 13, 2012 10:06 pm0 comments
Girl Hate – In Which I Have An Epiphany

After having watched one of Those Pesky Dames’ most recent video offerings on Girl Hate, and just how many women put each other down in a bid to separate themselves from “all those other girls”, I’ve been given a not-entirely-pleasant epiphany about my own behaviour. I am a feminist. And […]

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