It was sitting beside the curb outside my apartment. A white iPhone 4S in surprisingly good condition. I scooped it up from the ground to get a closer look.
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I'm really not sure where the idea of girls wearing skirts and heels and a full face of makeup every day to school came from. Or jocks wearing their varsity jackets everywhere. You can be an artist but still be on the track team, or a social justice warrior who is also prom queen. You don't know her life, her story, you have no idea what she's been through because you don't even bother to ask. The mean girl is always two-dimensional and horrible while the main girl is perfect. Popular guys start mean, learn something from the 'quirky' girl, and become a hero in the end when asking her to the big dance.
To browse Academia. Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. Hanna Retallack. Jessica Ringrose. Emilie Lawrence. Considering the current rise of fourth wave social media feminisms as pedagogical platforms for challenging everyday sexism, we explore the complex dynamics through which girls are taking up, negotiating and performing on and offline feminism in and around school. We focus on a teen feminist group in a London theat e s hool, e plo i g ho so ial media feminisms presented a platform for challenging what Angela McRobbie identifies as dominant trends of postfeminist pathologies of femininity including psychological dissafection and bodily malaise. Drawing on theories of networked affect, we document how this feminist group used social media to oppose their distinctly neo-liberalized and marketized school environment where bodily regulation, perfection and sell-ability reign supreme. Postfeminist feminine psychical and bodily pathologies In contemporary media culture women and girls are repeatedly told that they are free to make choices that were fought for and won by feminism.