Colorless Kenopsia

Tireless Magic


January 2017

'Boys will be boys,' because our parents would rather make a nonsensical sexist statement about a gender, than teach them differently.


Prop Clothing: a question. Or a lot of them

Why is there the mere suggestion of a pocket? Where is the actual pocket? Where am I supposed to keep my phone? Do I have to carry a bag? Why am I not trusted with an actual pocket? What do they think I'll put in it? Where do I keep my phone? What do these sizes mean?

The problem with being kind

All my life, I've been taught to be kind. To live and let live, to always start with 'please' and finish with 'thank you', and to never be rude or disrespectful. It's one of my main beliefs, to be irrevocably good to people. I was okay with that, for the longest time, before I realized that it didn't necessary mean that people would be good to me. I live in a country where distrust is as common as hair loss advertisements, which trust me- is a lot. I know now, not to smile openly at strangers, to walk confident and aloof down the streets amongst the catcalls, to be unafraid of saying 'No.'

Leadership Camp

There's a shrill voice piercing through the air, and I shift, too tired to discern a word. All I can see for some mysterious reason is green, and I slowly realize that (of course) our shelter has all but collapsed.... Continue Reading →

The Manic Pixie Dream Girl, and Abortion of Ideas

random thoughts on random shows with vivid female characters Jess Day, New Girl- Part 1 of 2 The Manic Pixie Dream Girl is yet another term we’ve found to dismiss female characters. They’re no longer allowed to be bright, and light-hearted, and zany, and eclectic, and free-spirited, and unconventional, and a bit hipster, and cheerful, and feminine. Because, clearly, femininity is a bad thing. The only point of an MPDG seems to be to get the soulful young male character to brighten up! To look at the good side of the world! The silver lining of the cloud!

Be a Millennial

Be a Millennial, and don’t let anyone tell you not to be.Take pride in being a special snowflake with dozens of participation trophies. Be afraid of your student debt. Be angry at your dismissal by people who can barely work... Continue Reading →

Rogue One

Rouge One could have been so much more. Yes, Jyn's a woman. And she's the protagonist. Yay! Oh, and Mon Mothma's there too! And her mother! And...we're done. Couldn't they have made more of the crew female? Would it have COMPLETELY ruined the plot to maybe have the pilot be female? or the monk? or even a droid voiced by a female?The crew of Rogue One is beautiful in terms of diversity, but that galaxy really needs to worry about their diminishing female population.

India: Let’s blame victims and western culture.

One of India's many never-should-have-been-elected politicians decided to victim shame young women, yet again. On New Year's Eve, in Bangalore, India, several women on Church Street, MG Road and Brigade Road were molested, despite the stringent security measures. And the politician decided it was because the women were wearing 'western clothes'. He believes that the young women's echoing of western culture is the only reason they were molested.

Through the Glass Ceiling

Society, at its most despicable, allows for the equality of women. Men agree that maybe, just maybe, women can take leadership positions and handle them well, and throw them into the most difficult situation they can find. Companies realize their failures, and search for the closest qualified woman scapegoat. If against all odds, she succeeds, the company's benefited.If she doesn't, for ages afterward, the woman is an example. We tried having a woman in power, and just look at what happened! Clearly, they can't be trusted. And this gives them a reason to continue with their biased appointments.

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