S: Looking Through the Lenses: Feminist
FC: Looking Through the Lenses: Feminist | By: Ashley Dreher
1: Hey kids, I will be teaching you what Feminist Lense means and how to point it out in a story. Its easy and fun. I will be using examples from the famous book "Of Mice and Men" Here we go :)
2: Feminist: All rights of women equal to those of men. Or people doing lady-like things. Examples: Washing dishes, cleaning cooking, conservative, follows the stronger people.
3: In this book, Lennie is a large man, but has feminist qualities. He depends on the smaller, weaker man George. George always tells Lennie what to do "I...I ain't gonna...say a word." Lennie listens to George on everything (Steinbeck 15).
4: Lennie acts like a total girl when it comes to soft things, Men and supposed to be manly but he just loves those rabbits like a girl loves soft things. "George gonna say I done a bad thing. He won't let me tend the rabbits!" (Steinbeck 91).
5: Another example of this is when Lennie is attracted to Curley's wife, but only because of her soft hair.
6: Now lets see if you understand the difference between these two men, which of the two is feminist in this photo below???
7: Very good! Now which of these answers shows that this person is feminist? | 1. He likes to fight 2. He likes to clean 3. He does not care about getting dirty
8: See, feminist is a ladylike action or person. (Girls are really girly, but some men are like that also!