Thanks for nothing, Jerry Springer

*Opinion* Call it trashy…lewd…pointless even. An embarrassment to American society, maybe. I call it… entertaining. I don’t mean to condone this type of television behavior, but it’s like a train wreck to me and I just can’t look away. Jerry Springer, Steve Wilkos and Maury Povich have become dear friends to me this summer. I … Continue reading

“Skins” – an adolescent abomination

*Opinion* MTV, I have always supported you and backed you up when people said you play to much garbage and not enough music. I supported you when people said “16 & Pregnant” and “Teen Mom” would influence young women to have sex and get pregnant, pointing out that those shows reveal the hardships and regrets … Continue reading

Swift, West round 2

*Opinion* I figured Sunday night (9/12/10) would be a great matchup. You had the Dallas Cowboys against the Washington Redskins. A conference game usually calls for an exciting battle. Little did I know, the VMAs had a rivalry matchup too. Though it wasn’t as classic as the Cowboy-Redskin showdown, adorable and very talented Taylor Swift up … Continue reading

Bill O’Reilly vs. Jennifer Aniston vs. the biological clock

Jennifer Aniston said, “Women are realizing more and more that you don’t have to settle. They don’t have to fiddle with a man to have a child. They are realizing if it’s that time in their life and they want this part they can do it with or without that,” according to the article by Marikar and Morison.

Sex and the City 2: “I Am Woman”

Seeing the women of Sex and the City (what I believe is a monument for the feminist movement because it was a show that discussed women having sex “like men,” and masturbating and being sexual beings without being associated with porn) surrounded by women of Abu Dhabi who had to always hide their sexuality and their faces was an amazing contrast.

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