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Pinterest by Candace McCullough

Pinterest is a social website where creativity flourishes. The topics range from DIY projects to health and fitness tips to movies and books.  Women are especially attracted to pinning other décor items for around their house in an effort to make it themselves.  On the Asgard/Gold Wedding board, I pinned glass vases that had a […]

The Hunger Games Taking Over? By Candace McCullough

Year after year movie sequels are produced from #1 seller books and culminate numerous fans within popular culture.  One of the more recent transformations from book to film is The Hunger Games trilogy by Susanne Collins.  Unlike the book trilogy, the movie producers are expanding the final book into two separate movies, making a film […]

Miss Universe 2013 By Candace McCullough

Donald Trump, owner of Miss Universe, was one of the first people shown during the Miss Universe Pageant on November 9, 2013.  Twitter was blowing up with tweets about #MissUniverse2013 where young male and female writers expressed their sometimes racist and sexist opinions on the beauty pageant.  All of the contestants introduced themselves in their […]

A Sexy Four Year Old? Sexualization of Disney Princesses By Candace McCullough

Disney princesses are everywhere throughout stores and especially seen during Halloween time.  My four year old niece loves these princesses and enjoys dressing up as them.  Strangers say, “Oh, you’re so pretty.  Where’s your prince charming?” Hello, people.  She’s only four years old.  She does not need a prince charming yet and possibly never will.  […]

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