A Problem Of Sexism In America

Glass Ceiling: A Concussion to Women Everywhere An Introduction to Sexism Barbara Berg perfectly introduces topics such as the glass ceiling, the gender pay gap, and overall sexism in America in her novel Sexism in America: Alive, Well, and Ruining Our Future, with, “I couldn’t stop thinking about it. Not for days, even weeks after. … Read more

Distinguishing between sexual explicitness and internalized sexism

“It is a delicate balance,” Imani Perry states, “but it is important to distinguish between sexual explicitness and internalized sexism. The idea of postfeminist pop culture helpfully indicates be mindful in evaluating improvements in late decades as a democratization of sexual distinguishes and practices, generally less than gender equality. Some believe that the “Postfeminism” movement … Read more

Racism, Materialism, and Sexism in Revolt of the Evil Fairies, A Perfect Day for Bananafish, and Trifles

Revolt of the Evil Fairies”, “A Perfect Day for Bananafish”, and “Trifles” each have an unseen presence that is so prevalent that it might as well be a character. “Revolt of the Evil Fairies” indirectly discusses the topic of racism, while “A Perfect Day for Bananafish” alludes to materialism, and “Trifles” mentions the subject of … Read more