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Pinterest + Weddings = A Look Towards the Future

by Stacy Haerr I’ve been dreaming about my wedding for as long as I can remember. Now that my boyfriend and I have been dating for the better part of three years, I’ll be the first to admit I’ve been getting a little antsy for the engagement, the wedding, the whole big ordeal (not that […]

Grey’s Anatomy Live Tweets

by Stacy Haerr IF THIS MEANS THAT BAILEY HAS A TUMOR IM NEVER WATCHING TV AGAIN #greys — Rachel Pewitt (@rachelpewitt) November 8, 2013 Is Bailey bipolar? Schizo? What's the deal? #GreysAnatomy — Michelle C. (@MichelleChisolm) November 8, 2013 #GreysAnatomy is the quickest hour of TV. What's up with Dr. Bailey? Maybe that zombie did […]

A “Gift” from the Media to Women: Insecurities and the Makeover Paradigm in the Postfeminist Media

by Stacy Haerr In today’s culture, insecurities run rampant. We live in a consumer culture with all kinds of media telling us how to live our lives. These messages are mostly aimed at women, and when women don’t fit these standards (most of which are virtually unachievable), they grow insecure. Feminism attempts to combat this, […]

Examining Gender Roles of Gay Men and Lesbian Women

by Stacy Haerr After living in Baker Hall West (dubbed OSU’s “Arts Dorm”), I’ve come in contact and become best friends with many people in the LGBTQ community. When people think of gay men and lesbian women, they stereotypically think of flamboyant, feminine men and butch, masculine women. While these stereotypes fit some gay men […]

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