Category Archives: Social Media

Segregation in 2013

At my high school, everyone was invited to prom. Hell, it was the social event of the year. However, the same doesn’t hold true for many high schoolers across the country, whose high schools and counties are stuck in a … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, Age/ Generation, Identitiy, Law/ Litigation, Race & Ethnicity, Social Media, Stereotypes | 11 Comments

Where are all the female game developers?

In an earlier post, I examined the rising role of female gamers in the gaming community and the way women are portrayed. One of the comments to this post had an interesting point. “The roles that women are portrayed in are definitely … Continue reading

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Who Is The “Target” Audience?

WOMEN!!!! **Insert eye roll here** Or at least that’s what the Target brand is telling us with its new “Everyday Collection” featured at their stores and on commercials everywhere that doesn’t involve a single man. Target’s corporate website describes the “Everyday Collection” … Continue reading

Posted in Advertizing / Marketing, Fashion, Race & Ethnicity, Sexuality, Social Media, Stereotypes, Television | Tagged , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Merged Gender

I sit here and think to myself what is something that has allowed both male and females alike to be looked at in the same light. What has technology come up with to help combine the two so that both … Continue reading

Posted in Dating & Romance, Social Media | 2 Comments

New technology Breakup Etiquette

  ” Gershon says, that made her realize we are still in the early, Wild West days of digital etiquette, especially when it comes to using these technologies to navigate our romantic relationships. What is ok to us and our group … Continue reading

Posted in Dating & Romance, Social Media | 5 Comments