There is so much to say, but alternative facts are never the answer.
Tag Archives: Mass Media
I love football. I really do. As I went to meet a friend to watch the Cincinnati Bengals- Atlanta Falcons game, I wondered if it was wrong that I was excited for the game, given the NFL headlines regarding Ray … Continue reading
Bah humbug. For more information, check out The Representation Project, watch Miss Representation, or read Geena Davis’s two easy ways to fix this whole media mess.
I guess football players are more important than rape victims. Or at the very least that’s what it sounds like when reporters mention the poor fate of the rapists instead of the poor fate of the victim.
CSI Cairo edition. [Image credit: Amy Darnell]
The case of Trayvon Martin is troubling for so many reasons, first of which is that a 17 year-old who went to the store for tea and Skittles at the half-time of the NBA All-Star Game was shot dead. We … Continue reading
For the umpteenth time– why are we a culture that tells women not to get raped instead of telling men not to rape? A recent study at the University of Surrey reports that the sex advice given in men’s magazines … Continue reading
Congratulations to this year’s Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III. I was personally rooting for you–not that that had anything to do with your victory… It was also very cool to see a woman, Caroline Pisano, announce the winner’s name. … Continue reading
The social media sphere is full of shared videos, photos, links, and blog posts. I do it– I share my favorite stories with my genuine and facebook-qualifying ‘friends.’ So when someone first posted Rick Perry’s “Strong” ad I didn’t pay … Continue reading