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Object vs Gazer – Today and in She

During our class discussions and in every reading assignment of She there appears the power struggle between gazer and object. Normally it would appear that the person looking upon the object holds all the power, for his gaze defines and … Continue reading

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The mute, the ruthless, and the royal

Through their gaze, men in She drive the conversation surrounding Ayesha while She guides (or tortures) them with her sexual energy and beauty. Ayesha physically surrounds herself with males, who hold a discourse about her, and she surrounds herself with … Continue reading

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