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Assmilk by Tyler the Creator ft Earl Sweathirt
Fuck rap I'll be a landlord so I can **** the tenant's daughter
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Don't Leave Me Now by Pink Floyd
Don't leave me now/How could you go?/ When you know how I need you/ To beat to a pulp on a Saturday night
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Sinead O'Connor open letter to Miley
[The music business] will prostitute you for all you are worth, and cleverly make yo think it's what YOU wanted
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Gender Performance the TransAdvocate Interviews with. World without gender?
JB: If gender is eradicated, so too is an important domain of pleasure for many people.
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Rashida Manjo UN Special Rapporteur on violence against women 2014
Have I seen this level of sexist culture in other countries? It hasn't been so in your face in other countries.
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Ideology is a representation of the imaginary relationship
of individuals to their real conditions of existence (Althusser)
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The body...
is a medium of culture (Bordo 1989)
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Women spending more time trying to discipline their bodies
"Through the pursuit of an ever-changing, homogenizing, elusive idea of femininity" (Bordo 1989)
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Our culture still widely advertises
domestic conceptions of femininity (Bordo 1989)
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Women must develop a totally other-orientated
emotional economy (Bordo 1989)
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Feminity at it's core is a
"tradition of imposed limitations" (Susan Brownmiller)
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A body is docile that can be subjugted,
used, transferred and improved (Foucault 1977)
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Panoptican design
"a new mode of obtaining power of mind over mind" (Jeremy Bentham)
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1984 'telescreens'
"there was of course no way of knowing whether you were being watched at any given moment" (George Orwell)
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Police officer hailing
"by this mere one-hundred-and-eight degree physical conversion, he becomes a subject" (Althusser 1972)
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when a person connects with a media text... the text has interpellated us into a certain set of assumptions
and caused us to tacitly accept a particular approach to the world (Gauntlet 2002)
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Representation of the world, like the world itself, is the work of me; they describe
it from their own point of view, which they confuse with absolute truth (De Beauvoir 1949)
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Links to Wollenstonecraft who argued women are not inferior naturally
"her wings are cut and then she is blamed for not knowing how to fly " (De Beauvoir 1949)
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If real women contradict myth it is them who are wrong
"the contrary facts of experience are impotent against myth" (De Beauvoir 1949)
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the myth of woman
is a luxury (De Beauvoir 1949)
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the transcendent Idea was deliberately used by
patriarchal society for purposes of self-justification (De Beauvoir 1949)
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To discard the myths is not to
destroy all the dramatic relation between the sexes (De Beauvoir 1949)
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Cyborg writing is about
the power to survive (Harraway 1985)
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Cyborg politics is the struggle ...
[against] the central dogma of phallogocentrism (Harraway 1985)
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Cyborg imagery can suggest a way
out of the maze of dualisms (Harraway 1985)
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Though both are bound in the spiral dance,
I would rather be a cyborg than a goddess (Harraway 1985)
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ecriture feminie needed to write in
Cixous
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gender is performative
Butler
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can't assume anything 'natural' male/female
Butler
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anorexia and muteness
Bordo
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Individuals recognise themselves as subjects and complicit in their own domination
"Indiviuals are always already subjects" (Althusser 1972)
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Iinterpellation through costent subjugation to gender idenities
Butler links to Aluthusser
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