Feminist Dystopias Spring 2016 Final Project Option 1: Blog Feature Article Write a 1000-1200 word feature article for our course blog, in which you perform an in-depth investigation of a research question related to the material we have studied this semester. Your article should include cite at least three scholarly sources (accessed via academic databases). It […]Read more "Final Project"
The reading, Scum Manifesto gets many emotions out of people due to critical view on the men. In my opinion, some of her ideas were ridiculous and at the same time funny. For example, she mentioned how men are very insecure so the male attains its power and masculinity by giving money and being the […]Read more "Scum Manifesto"
Valarie solanos’ scum manifesto was a very brutally deep account of men. Although some of her ideas seemed crazy, they were also humoring. I understand where she’s coming from but her ideas concerning radical feminism was a little too outrageous. For example she says, “To be male is to be deficient, emotionally limited; maleness is […]Read more "Scum manifesto"
After reading and discussing the Valerie Solanas’ SCUM manifesto, it’s pretty clear that it is a very radical form of feminism. Though her extreme views come off very strong, she is also satirical and amusing throughout the manifesto. I believe the basis argument she poses is definitely true and is presented in the manifesto, however […]Read more "SCUM Manifesto"
After reading the SCUM Manifesto by Valerie Solanas, I found it to be very anti-man and everything she discussed showed a deep hatred for males. She removed their attributes that make them a human being and made them seem like they were not living or toy or object. Although it can be a very entertaining […]Read more "SCUM Manifesto"
In her manifesto, Valerie Solanas presents her own ideas of misandry to the point of extremes. I’d like to think that even though her intersectionality makes it easy to hate men, her strong hatred is just part of her writing technique. Most of her views are reasonable, as they are extracted from real life experience, […]Read more "S.C.U.M. Manifesto"
This reading by Valerie Solanas analyzes males in a tone that is both cynical and seething with hatred. Her hatred for males is entertaining and makes the reading very interesting through that alone rather than through the relatability of its content. It makes the reader curious to what males did to Valerie to cause her to […]Read more "S. C. U. M"