She’s come back, and I’ve been happy to see her start to rebuild a career.
For a while, it looked like that would be the end of her. There was so much attention on whether she was being inappropriately sexual that people interpreted everything she did as sexual.
It does mean that we should be careful for the Trojan horse arguments, for the argument that comes in as a feminist argument and then very quickly turns into just another way to tear a woman down.
Panio: One of the nuances I’ve recently come across is that there are many different kinds of feminist viewpoints.
Recently Tay has uttered things like: “Bush did 9/11 and Hitler would have done a better job than the monkey we have got now. While you could see for yourself what Tay is saying these days by sending her a tweet or DM @tayandyou or adding her as a Kik or Group Me contact, the Telegraph reported that Tay has gone offline because she is tired.
donald trump is the only hope we’ve got,” and “Repeat after me, Hitler did nothing wrong.” And that’s the tame stuff.
Trending: 5 Strategies to Make Yourself Work When You’re Just Not in the Mood I’d thought Brontë and Wollstonecraft were just these staid figures, but both women had intense, and sometimes intensely painful, lives.
Wollstonecraft, in particular, was a sexual radical. She was faced with these questions about female autonomy and sexuality and motherhood that women are still figuring out today.
It is a big messy movement with a lot of different theories and viewpoints, and a lot of different arguments going on inside of it.
That’s what took down Vanessa Hudgens, who was a huge star.
Somebody stole and posted her private nude photos, and she went into the oubliette for several years.
I really don’t like any movement that says, “Well, we do it this way, and this is the only way to do it, and you can’t ask questions.” I like that you can talk to five feminists, and they’ll have five wildly divergent opinions about a certain woman or a certain issue.
Panio: In your research, you go back to the 18th and 19th centuries, to these very early trainwrecks I’d never known about—for example, Mary Wollstonecraft, whose husband published her letters after her death and it became a scandal, and a lot of people thought it invalidated her argument [in “Wollstonecraft, in particular, was a sexual radical. She was faced with these questions about female autonomy and sexuality and motherhood that women are still figuring out today.”.