Pop-Culture | Posted by Ceirra A on 07/7/2011
Pissed Off In A Huge Way
I know I’m a little late to jump on the “pissed-off-that-the-show-Huge-was-cancelled” band wagon, but I assumed it would be coming on this summer and — big shocker –it’s not. Is it so much to ask that there is at least one show on television that is not about teen vampires or werewolves or girls that put to much stock in high school and start pissing each other off?
Don’t get me wrong, I love a good vampire show and werewolves are cool, too. But being a curvy girl, I would really appreciate a good show for and about curvy people. Do I relate to shows about skinny girls obsessed about social status and fitting in to a pant size smaller than they need? Hell no. But I did …
Pop-Culture | Posted by Carmen R on 07/29/2010
Huge and Feminist Stereotypes
Yet again, the media continues to fail with another horribly unrealistic feminist character. I was interested in the new series “Huge” and how this show would portray body image issues. However, when Willy, the main character, declared herself an “angry feminist” in the most recent episode, I became more distracted with this. Willy is an overall arrogant and obnoxious character. She is cold and makes more enemies than friends. She is mistaken for a lesbian. She is the most irrational and unreasonable character on the show. She has some good points to make, but does so in a completely absurd manner (ex: pasting photos of real women and calling it “fatspiration”)
While there are many types of feminists, I do not understand this stereotypical feminist. I have yet to meet …