Tag: princess culture

  • Cinderella: #WhyIStayed and #WhyILeft

    Cinderella aired on ABC Family this last weekend. I’m a sucker for a Disney marathon. Since I tend to look at Cinderella as a study in how and why people get stuck in abusive relationships, I decided to live tweet it under the #WhyIStayed hashtag in the title character’s voice. This post is a record […]

  • Is “Princess” a Career?

    Last week I blogged about my take on princess culture and why I don’t hate it. Apparently Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor saw my post and thought, “Hey, this sounds like a timely topic! I think I’ll go on national television and address the nation about it.” (A blogger can dream, right?) Judge Sotomayor comes […]

  • The Quandary of a High Femme Feminist

    [As I’ve said, I’ll be using this blog to talk about random stuff that’s on my mind in addition to Thalia’s Musings stuff. Welcome to the first such post.] Can I tell you guys a secret? I don’t hate princesses. I’m not talking about Kate, Diana, and Grace. I’m talking about the romanticized idea of […]