Sexism in Game of Thrones does not rely on humour to make it palatable, nor is it hidden under a veil of nostalgia.
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The new trailer for Game of Thrones season 6 has been released and is sure to pump fans up for the return of this showThis may come as a shock to some but it took me years to get into Game of Thrones. I would hear from friends, family and people I met at comic…
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Prince Oberyn Martell’s irresistible charm isn’t from his washboard abs or chiseled chin. It’s his noble virtues and ability to enjoy pleasure — without guilt or shame.
Game of Thrones never even approaches the slippery and surprising world of gender manipulation and redefinition that existed in medieval spirituality.
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It is a truth universally acknowledged that a feminist in possession of respect for women must spoil everything.
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