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Signorile proposes that the closet, while a private tragedy, is also a public institution, one that’s actively maintained by the media, the political establishment, and the entertainment industry. The following essay by Tina Frundt is one of our most-referenced resources from a past initiative of the Women’s Funding Network.
Much depends on how well and how affectionately viewers remember the earlier entries in the heroine’s journal, starting with , which it was roughly contemporaneous with, it had poignant, punchy things to say about the angst of post-feminist singletons (the last a word it popularized), fretting over their careers, calorie intake and chances of finding true love in roughly equal measure.
So Cyrus then acted out an immature and hurtful scene on twitter by referencing O’Connor’s personal struggle with mental and emotional health.
Sinead then descended to the 20-year-old pop star’s level and posted an irate tirade on facebook, cussing out the young singer and just plain-old aggressively calling her a “prostitute.” The whole thing is horrible and ridiculous and both have acted badly and today, I’m not here to defend or support either of them.
We partnered with women’s funds and foundations across the United States as part of a national campaign to research, prevent and end domestic minor sex trafficking.
Women’s funds and foundations are often the first to create, support, and promote the latest solutions to major social problems, and our members’ response to this issue was no exception.
For those of you who, like us at The Style Examiner, think that New York City is one of the finest cities in the world, an interesting phenomenon has taken place over the last couple of years that is worth observing.
On one of those rare occasions when TV fiction mirrors reality, the portrayal of New York’s urban lifestyle has become closely entwined with the current Zeitgeist in the HBO series ‘How to Make it in America’, now in its second season, but yet to become deservedly popular outside the USA.
And of course the real issue here isn’t that each of these women has had a bout with a dirty dance move and a lot of flesh showing on camera, but rather, that they dared to do it and not feel ashamed.
That they dared to do it and own it as a part of who they were, a part of their own sexuality. But I know what you’re thinking, “How dare they like it?! ” “Good girls don’t like sex.” Scary thing about all this? Only nobody really cares if boys do it because they’re uncontrollable sex maniacs anyways, amiright?
Once that giant commercial step was taken, the world raised a toast to good taste with a cosmopolitan in hand and didn’t stop sipping for many years.
‘How to Make it in America’ has jumped this hurdle and, from the pilot episode, viewers were invited to experience a mimetic representation of New York life made possible by constant allusions to real places and people.
“Queer in America offers a detailed and powerful account of the destructive workings of the closet on the lives of those in it, gay people in general, and the social institutions that structure meaning and power in America.