This Public Service Announcement is brought to you by Moff’s Law.
Too bad the Moff in question isn’t Steven Moffat, or we’d have a vastly more receptive showrunner.
There’s something really screwed up about the way we talk about queer representation in children’s media.
In the U.S. culture at least, there’s this instantaneous association of queer people with sex. Queer people are automatically highly sexual…
Mainstream US media outlets are ignoring the Occupy Wall Street protest today.
Al Jazeera isn’t. Keep up to date here.
It’s also important to point out that sexualization in music videos isn’t limited to hip-hop—in 1999, an analysis of country music videos coded 42% of women as wearing “alluring” clothing, and in an early 90s look at MTV, 44.4% of thirty second clips contained some manner of objectification or sexualization.