Author Archives: driskell11

What Women Want! (If you fit the ideal description, of course!!)

I created a Pinterest account with the sole purpose of meeting the requirements of this assignment.  Other than Facebook (which I signed up for long before it got crazy), I choose not to be a part of trendy websites such as Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.  The reason is quite simple, although it may come across […]

The reality of reality TV

Whether you spent your childhood playing dress up with friends, or had the rare opportunity of becoming a child star, women are exposed at a very young age to the idea that image is everything.  Like most little girls, I grew up watching various animated movies and TV shows starring princesses, mermaids, models, and more. […]

True Fans are like True Friends…few and far between

King Arthur Jones bringing that ginger peasant Dalton down! #RavensNation #CINvsBAL — Luis Rojas Gonzalez (@LG_65) November 10, 2013 Anyone else want to junk punch both of these announcers? #Bengals #Ravens — ReadNRehaked (@ReadNRehaked) November 10, 2013 https://twitter.com/JoelKnowsBest23/status/399630596827127808 This offense is absolute dog shit right now. Thank god the defense is taking advantage of the […]

Objectification of Women: Subliminal Messages and The Media ~By Ashleigh Driskell

My theme of choice is the objectification of women.  The combination of being a woman, and living in a world completely saturated by relentless advertising and the overwhelming effects of the media has led me to the unfortunate and embarrassing conclusion that women are, in fact, often portrayed as objects rather than human beings.  This […]

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