Monthly Archives: March 2012

Transsexual Teacher forced to Resign

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/32545640 Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy   Christina Cracraft was forced to resign her job as a teacher for the Santa Fe, New Mexico School District after it became known that she was … Continue reading

Posted in Transgender | 4 Comments

You do like sex, don’t you?

This commercial originally caught my eye because it featured a lone potentially single woman which isn’t typical. Usually condoms are something that is marketed by men or heterosexual couples. Unfortunately in place of a sex positive woman I see a … Continue reading

Posted in Dating & Romance, Sexuality, Women's Health | 8 Comments

“The Gender-Neutral Games”

Okay, call me a nerd, but I am obsessed with Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games trilogy. I couldn’t resist but blog about it for this class when I stumbled upon an article, written by Tarina Quraishi of the Harvard Crimson, about … Continue reading

Posted in Movies | 1 Comment

Tomboy

I found this movie trailer by accident and was almost instantly intrigued. Because of the title I could kind of guess what the theme would be however, during the trailer, I really couldn’t tell for sure if Mikael was a … Continue reading

Posted in Children, Transgender | 3 Comments

revisednotes Hopefully I did this right…Revised notes for= Week 9 group-Mary Casteen,Jenah Moody,Immecca Benson,Randall Hopkins,Allen Walker I put something in the description thinking it would show up on here…basically, great work. Brought it down about 2 pages, fixed some typos. … Continue reading

Posted in Reading Notes

Got Milk?

Are people  getting offended over nothing? While browsing the web I came across this ad campaign for milk that tried to be comical but it had ended up being controversial and ultimately being dropped. Its ads suggested that it was … Continue reading

Posted in Advertizing / Marketing, Women's Health | 3 Comments

The Face of a Man (a Maori Man)

These are the faces of men, tattooed in the traditional Maori fashion.  I was first exposed to  the Maori people when I learned about the New Zealand team the All Blacks.  This rugby team uses interesting intimidation moves at the … Continue reading

Posted in Body Image and Beauty, Oceana | 4 Comments