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The Appeal of Thelma & Louise

I object mostly to the ending when the pair drive over a cliff rather than return to society and face jail time. Many have claimed this ending shows that there’s no place in real life for rogue women; except Thelma and Louise aren’t acting like women. The pair is acting like they think the men would act, all the way to driving off into the sunset. Continue reading

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Why No Bio-Pic? – Gertrude Bell

The outspoken Bell was in the middle of world events then that led to our current morass. She spoke out in the company of Winston Churchill and was in community with many Middle Eastern leaders at a time when women were without voice in those countries. Continue reading

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