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King Kong Théorie Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. King Kong Théorie est un essai de Virginie Despentes, publié en 2006 chez Grasset. Titre[modifier | modifier le code] « King Kong, ici, fonctionne comme la métaphore d'une sexualité d'avant la distinction des genres telle qu'imposée politiquement autour de la fin du XIXe siècle. King Kong est au-delà de la femelle et au-delà du mâle. — Page 120, édition Grasset, 2006. Résumé[modifier | modifier le code] Dans cet essai où vécu et réflexion s'entremêlent, Virginie Despentes revient sur les problématiques inhérentes à ses œuvres et à sa trajectoire littéraire. Expérience de la prostitution, du trauma lié au viol et exploration des milieux et pratiques pornographiques, le texte interroge de manière frontale la sexualité féminine et la définition originelle du féminin. Chapitres[modifier | modifier le code] Bad Lieutenantes Prologue.Je t'encule ou tu m'encules ? Réception critique[modifier | modifier le code] [modifier | modifier le code]

divagations Bechdel test The Bechdel test (/ˈbɛkdəl/ BEK-dəl) asks whether a work of fiction features at least two women who talk to each other about something other than a man. The requirement that the two women must be named is sometimes added. Only about half of all films meet these requirements, according to user-edited databases and the media industry press. The test is used as an indicator for the active presence of women in films and other fiction, and to call attention to gender inequality in fiction due to sexism.[1] Also known as the Bechdel-Wallace test,[2] the test is named after the American cartoonist Alison Bechdel, in whose comic strip Dykes to Watch Out For it first appeared in 1985. History[edit] Gender portrayal in popular fiction[edit] Female and male characters in film, according to four studies In her 1929 essay A Room of One's Own, Virginia Woolf observed about the literature of her time what the Bechdel test would later highlight in more recent fiction:[3] The Bechdel test[edit] See also[edit]

Les bd de Pauline ‘Building Stories,’ by Chris Ware The most despairing image in Chris Ware’s magnificent new graphic novel, “Building Stories” — and there are plenty of candidates — depicts a dumpy middle-aged couple, naked in their bedroom. She’s just dropped her clothes to the floor; he’s lying on the bed, oblivious to her, his face and chest illuminated by the iPad propped on his belly. You will never be able to read “Building Stories” on a digital tablet, by design. Photo Arguably, the box’s central nugget of story is a sequence Ware serialized in The New York Times Magazine in the mid-2000s, which appears here in something that approximates the dimensions and binding of a Little Golden Book. Below her, on the second floor, there’s a couple whose romance is utterly dead; the ground floor is occupied by the landlady, an elderly, faltering spinster. Instead, Ware lets his readers follow the gnarled paths memory takes as it builds and rebuilds stories. Like everything else here, it’s also slow, demanding and melancholy. By Chris Ware

Trouble dans le genre Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Trouble dans le genre (titre original : Gender Trouble) est un essai philosophique de Judith Butler qui a eu beaucoup d'influence sur le féminisme et la théorie queer. « Le sous-titre original l'indique clairement: il s'agit de penser ensemble le « féminisme » et la « subversion de l'identité ». Autrement dit, comment définir une politique féministe qui ne soit pas fondée sur l'identité féminine? Notions présentes dans l'ouvrage[modifier | modifier le code] Chapitre 1 : Sujet de sexe/genre/désir[modifier | modifier le code] Chapitre 2 : Prohibition, psychanalyse et production de la matrice hétérosexuelle[modifier | modifier le code] Avec Lévi-Strauss, elle suggère que l'inceste est une « fantaisie culturelle omniprésente » et que la présence du tabou génère ces désirs. Chapitre 3 : Actes corporels subversifs[modifier | modifier le code] Julia Kristeva et sa politique du corps[modifier | modifier le code] Annexes[modifier | modifier le code]

How-To Hair Girl | braided 'dos Archives - Page 7 of 13 So it took a while for me to catch on to this trend. I was not entirely feeling it for a while. But then I did the Sail away braid and I loved it. A couple days later, I happened to have my house to myself for several hours which literally never happens. You will need a long silk scarf like this boho silk scarf wrap for these looks. Here is how to get the look. This is a half up hairstyle that involves making a small french braid on either side of the head, incorporating a scarf into the braid, and then tying them together in the back and letting the free scarf ends hang loose. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Now situate your scarf ends and rock your flow-y scarf-y retro boho hairstyle this summer. Or maybe you want something more polished and less hippie. So pretty, right? Here is how to do this one. 1. 2. 3. 4. Pretty from all angles. xoxo, HTHG

Review: Alison Bechdel’s “Fun Home” | Feminist Frequency A graphic novel and memoir, Fun Home is beautifully rendered and profoundly nuanced. Click through to read my thoughts and interpretation of the novel. In Fun Home, Alison Bechdel remembers and reframes her childhood experience of a closeted gay father and her complicated relationship with her parents, a relationship that is marked most noticeably by its coldness and distance. Fun Home centers most prominently on the relationship of Bechdel and her father, a father whose “…absence resonated retroactively, echoing back through all the time I knew him”. Alison Bechdel engages this feeling of absence and reproduces it through the use of elevated, academic language in Fun Home. In the closing frame of each chapter (with the exception of chapter 6), Alison and her father are pictured together in the same space, but separate in demeanor, activity, or physical location. Like this: Like Loading... Related

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