Women in Movies

Since last night was Halloween, we re-watched The Shining and Halloween and it brought back memories of how frustrated I used to get with the way women were portrayed in movies, and I don’t mean just the scary ones.

I was a kid back in the 1970s and eighties, and even though I was young, I knew something was fundamentally wrong with the way women behaved in movies. Often, it made me question my own gender: What the hell was wrong with

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Blogging about mental illness, narcissistic abuse & survival, feminism, politics. Essayist, journalist, novelist, wife, mom, Kansan, repro rights activist.

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Amber Fraley

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Blogging about mental illness, narcissistic abuse & survival, feminism, politics. Essayist, journalist, novelist, wife, mom, Kansan, repro rights activist.

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