Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Inspired by a Scandalous Moment in Pop Culture

Photo Courtesy/Credit: ABC/Craig Sjodin

The 2014 Fall premiere of Scandal left me reflecting on women’s rights as main character, Olivia Pope, ended the episode advocating for female rights.

Fighting for equality as women since the existence of humanity; throughout the suffrage movement; and to date, perpetually suggest that Man is the higher, privileged gender of [man], hence we as women must continually strive to attain our civility to equal liberties and seize our divine creation as man of mankind, while preserving our procreated “effimination” of man.

When I created this blog, entitling it, The Interiors of Man, it was without specification to gender, but to man as a human race, as I continually seek some of the best male and female artists around the globe to present on this blog.

Gradually approaching another year with Interiors, I humbly look forward to featuring more outstanding artists with an equal balance of male and female artists offering engaging interviews to this expanding audience of readers.