Danae Martin

A Writing Space for Gender, Sexuality, and History in Film

Transgender Representation in the Media

Transgender Representation in the Media In my opinion in the past people who are transgender have had a limited representation in films in media, although in the past couple years transgender people seem to be represented more in the media…. Continue Reading →

Media and Sexual Orientation

Media and Sexual Orientation In my opinion the media portrays LGTBQ2S+ people in many ways. In North America sexual orientation is visible in the media. From my perspective historically the LGTBQ2S+ community have been portrayed negatively in the media. However… Continue Reading →

POO-POURIE is Gendered and Sexist

“Poo-Pourie. 2013. “Girls Don’t Poop.” Youtube video 2:15. Posted by “Poo-Pourrie,” September, 2013. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKLnhuzh9uY POO-POURIE is Gendered and Sexist Poo-Pourri is a spray that promises to eliminate odors when women use the washroom. The main issue with the product Poo-Pourrie… Continue Reading →

Sexualized & Gendered Halloween Costumes

  Gendered and Sexualized  Halloween Costumes   (Gendered Halloween Costumes [Photograph]. (n.d). The media creates many problems, which involves stereotypical roles. Just the effects of creating gender roles create many different messages. In media and films stereotypical gender roles being… Continue Reading →

Gender Reveal Parties!

Gender Reveal Parties! Gender Reveal Parties are a party parents host to discover if they are expecting a boy or girl. This party reveals a surprise of blue or pink to designate a gender of the unborn baby. Relating this… Continue Reading →

How Gender and Sexuality is Defined Today – My Learning During the Semester

Through this course I have learned how gender and sexuality and society is influenced by the media and film. I will be portraying my learning though the semester by posting examples and examining how gender and sexuality have been impacted… Continue Reading →

Week 1 – Introduction – How are gender and sexuality defined today?

Reading Analyses ( Previously Marked) Danae Martin September 7, 2017 Week 1 Readings: Smith, G. M., “’It’s Just a Movie’: A Teaching Essay for Introductory Media Classes,”   Cinema Journal, 41, 1 (Fall 2001): 127-134 Alcott, L., “The Problem with… Continue Reading →

Reading Analysis Week 9 – Gender, Sexuality, and Pornography

Reading Analyses #6 Danae Martin October 28, 2017 Week 9 Your “takeaway” – this is the author’s central argument from the assigned reading, or the prominent theme that linked 2 or more readings   My “takeaway” from the authors’ readings… Continue Reading →

Reading Analysis Week 8- Manhood, Masculinity, and Hypermasculintiy

Reading Analyses #5 Danae Martin October 19, 2017 Week 8 Your “takeaway” – this is the author’s central argument from the assigned reading, or the prominent theme that linked 2 or more readings From week 8 assigned reading the author’s… Continue Reading →

Reading Analysis Week 5- Moving Beyond Psychoanalysis and Reflecting on Difference

Reading Analyses #4 Danae Martin October 2, 2017 Week 4 Your “takeaway” – this is the author’s central argument from the assigned reading, or the prominent theme that linked 2 or more readings               From week 4 assigned reading… Continue Reading →

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