Tag Archives: misogyny

Gender Bullies at the Movies: From Apatow to Weinstein

April 23rd, 2019

In the wake of the HARVEY WEINSTEIN SCANDAL, we’re hearing alarming accounts of atrocious violations committed against women behind closed doors. What is perhaps equally alarming is the dearth of coverage about the even more ubiquitous bullying against women that happens out in the open and contributes to a toxic environment that suggests disrespectful behavior […]

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No Way To Treat Your Mother, Aronofsky

March 5th, 2019

Darren Aronofsky claims MOTHER is an allegorical film that uses the Book of Genesis to depict the destruction of Mother Earth. I saw a thinly-veiled excuse to torture a woman, bordering on the pornographic, with the take away message: women are disposable and there’s always another one waiting in the wings to replace us. The […]

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