Category Archives: Pop-Culture

Children’s Epics, Friendship, and Sex

An essay inspired by binging the most recent Avatar series on Nickolodeon and it’s involvement in orientation-identity politics. Written about two years ago. Nickelodeon’s Controversy The latest Nickelodeon cartoon epic, The Legend of Korra, just wrapped. I am a big … Continue reading

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Some Thematic Reflections on Mad Max: Fury Road

Another older essay, written a bit after the movies opening. Themes of Max Max: Fury Road (Spoilers) I greatly enjoyed Mad Max: Fury Road. I had expected an experience that was much more colored by sadistic imagery, and though it … Continue reading

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