Category Archives: objectification

  1. The Sacrament of Breastfeeding #4: Mary and Jesus

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    3 August 2014 by thaliakr

    Breastfeeding as a sacred experience | Sacraparental.com

    We don’t know for sure that Mary was a breastfeeding mother, but it seems a reasonable inference. In a time …
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  2. Everyday Misogyny: What Air New Zealand Doesn’t Understand

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    21 May 2014 by thaliakr

    The story starts here, if you want to read the three posts in order. Here’s the thing: we’re not saying …
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  3. Everyday Misogyny: Sexism in Paradise Video Update

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    13 March 2014 by thaliakr

    You’ll be astonished to know that my complaint via the Air New Zealand website (thanks Lucy for the motivation to …
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  4. International Women’s Day: 8 (Easy and Hard) Ways to Make Life Better for Women

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    8 March 2014 by thaliakr

    child marriage, international women's day, girls in yemen

    The wonderful Lucy is hosting an International Women’s Day link-up at Lulastic and the Hippyshake, so head over there for …
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  5. Everyday Misogyny: What’s wrong with Air New Zealand’s Swimsuit Safety Video?

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    1 March 2014 by thaliakr

    objectification of women, Air New Zealand's sexist safety video, everyday sexism, feminist parenting, #sexisminparadise, sexism in paradise, Advertising Standards Authority complaint process

    Update: I’ve been getting my complain on! For my early correspondence with Air New Zealand and the Advertising Standards Authority, …
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  6. Rape Culture and Rap Lyrics

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    15 February 2014 by thaliakr

    rape culture and rap lyrics, Odd Future rape lyrics, feminist parenting, Christian parenting

    Holocaust denial is now its own special category of insanity. If you want to hold a conference telling people that there …
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  7. (Hopefully Not) Passing on Rape Culture

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    15 November 2013 by thaliakr

    [Trigger warning: if you have experienced sexual assault, please just be aware that rape and rape culture are discussed in …
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