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Advanced Search. View Enlarged Image. This bracing film will make you squirm -- and provoke exactly the conversation our society needs to be having -- with both young women and young men.
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I can't wait to share this with my students! There's something especially powerful about this film adaptation of her research findings, however.
Maybe it's the visual display of hypersexualized media juxtaposed with abstinence-only educators ranting about the dangers of sex punctuated with the genuine struggle of young women trying to make sense of it all. Add Phillips' clear, direct narration of her analysis, and this is one of the best films I've seen in a good long while. In interviews with the author, the women openly discuss their relationships, fears, and desires, and they explain how they negotiate society's contradictory messages about women's sexuality. Phillips makes a compelling case that we need to move beyond the simplistic analyses of victim vs.
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I am excited to show this engaging and thought-provoking film in my classes. Schwartzman Associate Professor of Philosophy at Michigan State University "This is a riveting film, one that is essential viewing for all North American adolescents and young adults. Flirting with Danger is destined to be a classic pedagogical tool that will be of much value to teachers from a broad range of scholarly backgrounds.
DeKeseredy, Ph. Professor of Criminology at University of Ontario Institute of Technology "This powerful films explores why our ideas about 'consent' don't match the experiences Idaho flirting review actual women. Phillips' film is at once a wake up call, asking feminists to rethink the ways we frame victimization and power, and a poignant exploration of the real dilemmas young women face as they try to craft meaningful sexual lives.
Wilkins, Ph. Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Colorado "This is definitely a necessary teaching tool in combination with the book Flirting with Danger. The intimacy of stories told by young women will allow students to gain control of their sexuality and resist cultural discourses in the male-dominated society.
Young women's newfound right to sexual desire has been readily co-opted and conflated with their sexual desirability and sexual performance in the service of men. Lynn Phillip's work -- powerfully explored in this film -- reveals how young women continue to be held responsible for men's pleasure, and continue to be held able for their experiences of sexual victimization, to the detriment of their safety and well-being.
An important learning tool that has the potential to change the landscape and help girls find their power. The film challenges us to address the complexities at the intersection of freedom and persecution in order to support both individual women and the women's movement as we strive to reshape attitudes and beliefs in service to equality and the end of suffering for everyone.
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