Because Christmas is around the corner, my husband wanted to watch his favorite holiday movie, Christmas Vacation, with Chevy Chase as the patriarch of the Griswalds. As a grown-up, I have interpreted it from a feminist point of view and I must say, this movie does not belong on my list of feminist movies. Why?
I am not the first one to say it. Now will I be the last one: Christmas = consumerism, and this phenomenon is distroying the true spirit of this holiday, a lot of our moral values and THE ENVIRONMENT.
Suicide is a subject that has always interest me as a writer and a doctor. What does ”I’m fine” mean? What is your opinon about the matter? Post a comment after you’ve read the articel. Would love to chat.
When you are watching a show, you decide quite fast if it is worth watching or not. You usually don’t do it consciously, you just feel it in your gut. Take a moment and think about it. How do you judge a movie/series? Here is my 5 Paws criteria. Looking forward to hearing your opinions:)
I was watching this new series, and then they had a SONG+DANCE about Jeff’s penis! Not what I was looking for on a Saturday. Do you have some funny story to share?
Is your country supporting natality? Would you get pregnant just to have better working conditions? Join the conversation:)
What do you think of first when being called into your boss’s office? You too fear the worst, don’t you? And is it not the same when your loved ones want to talk to you? Do you not automatically assume it will be about something awfully uncomfortable that will disrupt your life? Why are we humans so negative?
Your home can say much about you. The walls, the windows, any object that you posses might divulge traits of your personality, bits of your past, what you like and who you love. One can read you just by observing your house. So be careful what you let others see.