Niecy Nash

Niecy Nash

  • Born: 1970-2-23
  • Height: 5' 4" (1.63 m)
  • Extended Reading
    • Zachery 2022-09-06 06:50:41

      We are only at a very early stage

      A five-point rating does not mean the work is perfect, and even the amount of information is too large. After reading it, I still have a lot of commentary information before I have time to read it, and I am not so familiar with American politics, which makes me sometimes dizzy. But the central...

    • Adelbert 2022-09-06 08:39:18

      When you climb up on the shoulders of men, don't forget they are peeping at the bottom of your skirt

      1. Advocate the difference between the beneficiaries of egalitarianism and patriarchy. This is also the case in China at the moment. Countless young girls are climbing up and down by studying how to win the favor of men, whether it is a stable relationship or in the workplace. Just like the...

    • Henri 2022-04-22 07:02:01

      C+/ Worth 100 episodes. The biggest problem is the sense of separation between the first 7 episodes and the last 2 episodes. The previous group portraits depicting the struggles of various characters have a good effect, but they always focus on the depiction of individual states and do not have a more solid social background. So the last two episodes are pretty weak in trying to tie the conservative women's movement to the rise of neoliberalism -- as if "Reagan" won just because of a Schlafly mailing list? In the end, Schlafly can only be portrayed in a tone of reverse personal heroism. Such characterization is precise but has many limitations, so that the "complexity" of all group struggle strategies is gradually lost in repetition, and the more complex context is gradually disappearing. In addition, if the first seven episodes open up a political imagination that may transcend parliamentary democracy, the last episode reintegrates these rich meanings into the picture of the two-party system. It's understandable, but it does make the idea shrink a lot. BTW would like to attach a perspective of Schlafly's gay son...

    • Damaris 2022-04-19 09:03:21

      To borrow the familiar line: Women fought all the way, not to change the world, but to make the world return to what it should be.