Everyone who has read William Shakespeare’s Hamlet, knows that Hamlet treated the women in his life very poorly, even his own mother, the woman that raised him. In the beginning of the play, I understand where his frustration is coming from and why he is so angry with his mother. Almost two months has passed… Read more Misogyny in Hamlet
I am a sucker for Disney movies and I am twenty years old. Do I have a problem or am I just childish? I would say it is my guilty pleasure but I am not guilty about it. I know most of the words from this whole movie and you better believe I have the… Read more Moana – Women Power Yeehaw!
I chose this poem because I read the title and it immediately thought of “Castle on a Cloud” from Les Miserablés, which is one of my favorite movie and book. Yes, I did read the original 1862 book by Victor Hugo, I am a nerd, we know. The poet talks about floating on a cloud… Read more I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud
I think I am going to become like Ella Mason. An old woman with eleven animals but not cats. I refuse to have cats, they are always plotting and scheming. I simply would not give it a second thought if I saw or heard my neighbors talking about how I am completely bat shit crazy.… Read more Shit, am I Ella Mason?
When I started reading this poem by Percy Bysshe, I immediately thought of “The Alchemist” by Pablo Coelho (might have spelled that wrong). The narrator talks about meeting a traveler in the desert and that is exactly what the Shepard did throughout the story until he fell in love and wanted to stay with her.… Read more Ozymandias
*Warning: talk of suicide and disabilities* I have spent hours starring at this blank page, watching the cursor blink as the letters on the keyboard taunt me. I have been putting this off for weeks. I remember the first class we had where the assignment was to post on the WordPress page about disabilities. That… Read more R.I.P. To The Best Ones
When it comes to Shakespearean literature, you could not find a bigger fan than me. Most freshman in high school despise reading Romeo and Juliet because they simply do not understand. But me? I raised my hand to volunteer for every part to read aloud in front of the class. Sophomore year, my love grew… Read more Was Shakespeare Sexist or Did He Just Have a Small Penis?
Talking about disabilities is somewhat easy for me because I am surrounded by family members and friends with disabilities but talking about my own disabilities? That has always been a problem for me. I have trouble opening up because I never want to feel like a burden to anyone or bother anyone with my problems.… Read more Personal Perspective on Disability