24 Jun Does The Handmaid’s Tale Get Feminism Wrong?
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On this short, special guest-narrated edition of Out of Frame, co-writer Jen Maffesanti gets into “The Handmaid’s Tale” and its depiction of an oppressive, patriarchal society. With analogies to the modern world, some present-day feminists use this book and series for dramatic political protests. But there’s a dark side to their feminist interpretation, and also a lighter, more liberating one. Namely: Collectivist Feminism vs. Individualist Feminism. ______________________________ FOLLOW/SUPPORT US: Support Out of Frame on Patreon or SubscribeStar: https://www.patreon.com/OutofFrameShow https://ift.tt/3cIjF2S Join our Discord: https://discord.gg/RKc4AcGQ9k Watch our newest video, "Jupiter’s Legacy Asks Big Questions. Netflix Cancelled It.": https://youtu.be/aYZy4Qzqa00 Check out our podcast, Out of Frame: Behind the Scenes: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiS5rEmhnLwo1IG9bgr19Og Follow us EVERYWHERE! https://linktr.ee/outofframefee ______________________________ CREDITS: Written by Jen Maffessanti & Sean W. Malone Produced by Sean W. Malone Edited by Paul Nelson Asst. Edited by Jason Reinhardt ______________________________ LINKS: https://ift.tt/3jTmGjd https://ift.tt/2ADiuSs https://ift.tt/3zXByp6 https://ift.tt/3ddBuI7 https://ift.tt/3xK66J4 https://ift.tt/3zSgLDs https://ift.tt/3vVIYG6 https://ift.tt/2T11oI8
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