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Samhita Mukhopadhyay's posts:

Sex and the City: A train wreck

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June 18th, 2008

Like most feminists with any shred of race or class analysis, I have always had a love hate relationship with Sex and the City. There were things about that show that were so god awful that I literally had to tune them out completely to enjoy the show. As a woman of color inundated by […]

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Hollywood’s sex and violence mash-up

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July 5th, 2007

The sexy bullet wound to the head:

Clearly this is an act of violence against a woman, but cloaked in erotic imagery to give it an edgy quality.
Similar to Vanessa’s sentiments on the movie poster she had the misfortune of seeing on the subway, a reader sent me this ad for a new video […]

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AMC Wrap-up: What is your method to media justice?

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July 4th, 2007

Hello, WIMN’s Voices readers! My name is Samhita and I will be joining the impressive list of bloggers featured here. My writing for WIMN will be focused on media justice and race from a gender perspective. I look forward to getting to know the community. My first post is a report-back from the Allied Media […]

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