nonfiction, personality, thought piece

[opinion] The INTJ Internal Debate

On the outside, I look quite calm. My face may even be described stony... You might as me, "Hey, how are you doing?", and I'd probably answer with the standard, "OK". But I'm not OK. I just don't know how NOT OK I am. It's not always easy for people like me to understand on… Continue reading [opinion] The INTJ Internal Debate

literary critique, nonfiction, thought piece

[literary] The Uncanny Landscape

The Uncanny Landscape In what ways do our environments reflect and link to ourselves and our health – and vice versa? In what ways is selfhood mirrored and submerged within our various internal and external landscapes? Stemming from revelations, how does the uncanny operate as a space for questioning and negotiation? Before answering these questions,… Continue reading [literary] The Uncanny Landscape

review, thought piece

The Female Ghostbusters Conundrum

​What do you get when you attempt to reboot a classic as an AU (more or less)? You get resistance which will need to be overcome by producing something almost flawless. What do you get when your reboot gets appropriated by a very vocal minority (feminists)? You get some interest raised - and some skepticism.… Continue reading The Female Ghostbusters Conundrum

thought piece

War & the Female Draft: Ugly Logic

... battles are ugly when women fight... [The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, 10.48] C.S. Lewis's quote has become once again relevant as drafting women has become something for serious consideration among the American Chiefs of State. Although I am not a hundred percent certain where I stand on the matter, I have become… Continue reading War & the Female Draft: Ugly Logic