Tagged with television
I have one serious complaint about Bossypants, and that is that its Cataloging-in-Publication data completely misses that its a book about feminism. I’d like to see one or more of the following:
Sex role on television
Sex discrimination against women
Women on television
Women television producers and directors
Feminism and television (doesn’t exist, pattern Feminism and motion pictures)
Feminism and comedy (doesn’t exist)
Content-wise, Bossypants is a kick-ass book that I was sorry to see end. And I laughed out loud while reading it. On a New Jersey Transit train. Ask Eric if you don’t believe me. I made him read passages at least three times.
For anyone else out there who has a television, but not cable and is trying to figure out the whole deal with the February 17th revocation of the public airwaves...
(I'm making a wild accusation with the "revocation of the public airways" statement, btw. I don't actually have information or even a strong conspiracy theory about this; I'm just assuming it's nefarious because it came out of the government during the Bush administration.)