Tag Archives: Psychology

Feminist free association

Tweet Interesting, right? (Love that Nona.) I think free association is one of the most interesting ways to detect bias and get someone’s subconscious talking. So much of the unfinished work of feminism dwells in subtleties–the assumptions we make about people, our daily expectations of women vs. men, our own internalization of limitations put on [...]
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Inception (again) of women as hysterical

TweetAs usual, I’m a little late to the party, but I saw Christopher Nolan’s massively successful new film, Inception, this weekend and wanted to put out my two, feminist cents. The film was all things Hollywood blockbuster–ensemble cast, lots of action sequences, “deep” plot designed to make one reflect on psycho-philosophical concepts like memory, lucid [...]
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Not Oprah’s Book Club: Trauma Stewardship

TweetI know a lot of our readers are folks in the helping professions, and even beyond that, a lot of us are exposed to trauma in our everyday lives. That’s why I wish I could buy and send a copy of Trauma Stewardship to every last one of you. In short, it’s a brilliant description [...]
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Dad Camp: A New Era of Male Accountability

Tweet Pic via. A new reality show on dadhood is sure to spark some conversation this Father’s Day. Although America is only 3 episodes into the new TV series “Dad Camp,” I can’t help but feel somewhat smitten. I think it is the beginning of a meaningful era of male accountability in reality TV and [...]
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Feminism’s little wows!

TweetCheck out out the lil’ feline wow that jumps into my lap about 2/3rd through the commentary. Here’s the column I refer to. Tweet
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