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    Even in today's growing world of feminism, young girls, as well as grown women, are being taught by the media to organize their lives around men. Their needs, expectations, work schedules, ideas, and interests become second to the men in their lives. All too often the media associates power and status to men, only to strengthen the barriers between the male and female genders. Take for example Hollywood, where "women get only about a third of all movie and TV roles, and last year earned less than

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    reason for its success. Write a review of the film in which you comment on this statement. The feminist film "Thelma and Louise" was produced in 1991. This production was directed by Ridley Scott and the screenplay was written by Callie Khouri. It starred various actresses and actors. In the main roles were Geena Davis (Thelma) and Susan Sarandon (Louise). Other roles were played by Brad Pitt (JD), Harvey Keitel (Hal), Michael Madsen (Jimmy) and lastly Christopher McDonald

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    The movie Thelma & Louise written by Callie Khouri is a classic feminist movie. In the movie, it portrays two very different women who the audience watch evolve throughout the movie. This movie does not portray women in the typical fashion as most other movies. This movie is filled with suspense and action which is very unlikely with two women as the protagonists. This movie portrays men in a very negative light, Khouri, writes it this way to make male audiences think of how they may treat the women

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    Callie Quinn is the main character in the book “Where the Stars Still Shine.” In the beginning of the book Callie is very insecure, lonely, and sad. Living with her mom traveling from place to place hiding from the police causes Callie to feel insecure and scared. Trish Doller reveals the insecurity and loneliness of Callie Quinn by Callie’s actions of not wanting to go to school and running away. She runs away a lot to try to think about her future. “I wish you wouldn’t run off to that laundromat

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    If lying was a job for Norma Khouri, she truly would have been a billionaire by the end of Anna Broinowski's enthralling documentary, "Forbidden Lie$". Documentaries and films are seen as a reliable medium for providing facts and information yet even after having seen this riveting documentary, you'll find yourself questioning the integrity of the entire documentary. With Broinowski gaining a great sense of authority over this text right from the start, she paves the stones in leading the viewer

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    they get brought in Jess is the only one who is conscious. When talking to Dr. Callie Torres she claims that she got her foot stuck on the track in the other girl was simply just trying to save her. While talking to her Callie notices she has a heart drawn with pen on her arm. Callie then goes to check on Aliyah, the other female, before surgery and notices that she has a tattoo of the same heart on the opposite arm. Callie then realizes that the two girls know each other and goes back to Jess to get

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    Jingyi Weng College of Staten Island Page Break The movie "Brokeback Mountain" directed by Ang Lee, reinforces and prolongs harmful stereotypes toward homosexual. The main characters are Ennis Del Mar and Jack Twist, who are hired as sheepherders on Brokeback Mountain in Wyoming of 1963. They are strangers at first, then they find a deeper connection after a heavy drinking one night. Therefore, their sexual and emotional relationship creates a dilemma for them. After Jack and Ennis eventually

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    of ABC studios and the shows producers alike to incorporate a character that by statics was not socially accepted. However, the show brought awareness to the topic and likely aided in many peoples acceptance of same-sex relationships. All in all, Callie Torres is a poster image of what it is for the media to “queer” a

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    protagonist of Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides. In the story, Eugenides tells the tale of Callie, who is supposedly a monster because she is a hermaphrodite. Being a hermaphrodite indicates that someone has the sex organs associated with both genders. By definition, Callie is an abnormal freak. Eugenides

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    It’s October 8th, just a normal Sunday, a work day. I grabbed a cup of coffee and sat down on the soft, grey couch.The House 51 alarm suddenly started blaring like a song being played over and over again on the radio, calling all trucks and ambulances to several different places, which meant that this fire was going to be dangerous and that it was going to spread very quickly. Everyone chaotically puts on their big black and yellow brush pants, steps into their wide, rubber boots, grabs their safety

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