I have long had an interest in Burning Man, the bohemian, heathen, socialist event that happens in Nevada every year. According to the website, Burning Man is an art event at which participants “dedicate themselves to the spirit of community, art, self-expression, and self-reliance. They depart one week later, leaving no trace.” As more and […]
OpEd: Where Is the Body-Positive Body Image for Women in Media?
While I am a sex-positive & pro-sex movement activist, I think it’s sad that the majority of the body-positive photos of women I see are in and amongst the BDSM and sexualized violence porn of Tumblr. There are many amateur sites that feature full-figured women, but the amateur photo-snaps are not of the technical quality […]
OpEd: British Art Installation Piece Celebrates ‘The Great Wall of Vagina’
Jamie McCartney is a British artist who created an art installation piece of plaster casts called “The Great Wall of Vagina”. On his website are images of the entire installation along with the motto, “Changing female body image through art”. His website explains the art piece: The 9 metre long polyptych consists of four hundred […]
OpEd: FotoShop by Adobe` – Fixing Flaws Real Women Aren’t Supposed to Have
In my Social Activism class, my professor posted this video, and it’s so fabulous, I have to share it with all of you. Introducing FotoShop by Adobe`. Dramatic results on wrinkles, cellulite, & all sorts of other flaws real women aren’t allowed to have. Enjoy! trish
Why Is Routine Infant Male Circumcision Still Considered a Humane Procedure?
© 2013 by Trish Causey. All Rights Reserved. In my current class on Methods of Inquiry, one topic that came up is the ethics of the social sciences and research. My professor shared a power point presentation from a friend of hers, and in it, various points were made in regard to research on human […]
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