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Descubra todo lo que Scribd tiene para ofrecer, incluyendo libros y audiolibros de importantes editoriales. In the mids, Alison Bechdel published multiple graphic novels including the critically-acclaimed Fun Home , and from one of these came the Bechdel test.
In essence, the Bechdel test was a way of analyzing media and a way to expose any anti-feminist media. To pass the Bechdel test, the media must have: Multiple women, multiple women that are named, those women must have a conversation about something other than men. Not surprisingly, most media in our male-hero-centric culture doesn't pass this test. However, in , Netflix produced a show that passes not only the Bechdel test, but many, many others: Orange is the New Black. Not only is this series a prime example of feminist media, but it is a holy grail of diversity, excellent writing, and women that women can actually see themselves in.
From Red, the strong Russian cook, to Gloria the Latina who steps in to take her place and everyone between and outside, you would be hard-pressed to find a group underrepresented at the Leitchfield Detention Center, the fictional women's prison where the show is set.
The women self-divide into groups, true to real life prison culture, and in these groups we see some of the most interesting dynamics. Within all of them, whether Latina, Caucasian, Black, or any other group you could think of, we see rich back stories, deep care about their fellow women,.
Sour 2 and so much life and light. All backstories are acted in the language they would actually have been spoken in and subtitled, and there is frequent Spanish spoken in regular dialogue. Overall, this shows how much care is being taken by the writers to ensure that these women's cultures are finally represented properly. However, they take it a step further by having not just one but many lesbian and bisexual women portrayed in many different lights.
Piper Chapman, the show's protagonist, is a proud bisexual and frequently clears up the definition for some of the illinformed people on the outside, stating that just because she is currently engaged to a man, it does not erase her former serious relationship with a woman or her attraction to women. There are other characters, such as Nicky Nichols, shown frequently having sexual relations with women, and characters such as Poussy, who are shown being romantically and sexually interested in women.
For a show to have such diverse representation of women of all sexual orientations, given that most shows lack even slight representation of anything other than heterosexuality, shows how far ahead of competition the show truly is.
As far as nudity goes, any media that dares to take the plunge all generally looks the same; dolled up faces and arched backs in perfect lighting and strategically placed cameras, not to mention the glammed-up sexual scenarios these human Barbies participate in.
All figures get their moments in the limelight, from the thin and petite to the. Sour 3 curvy divas and everywhere in-between.
Not only do viewers get treated with what the female form actually realistically looks like, but with very seldom exceptions, the women's faces are naked of any makeup. This is also practically unheard of, making it feel like a camera truly just stumbled upon these characters; the true sign of wellproduced and believable media.
Overall, the biggest sign of how revolutionary this show is would be the fact that an entire essay can be written about it without the mention of men. OITNB is a fresh drink of crisp, cool, and crystal clear water to a parched populace desperate for real women to look up to and care about. Women are finally put in the spotlight and seen as more than the trophy for the male hero, and many begin to wonder why something so naturally right-feeling has taken so long to be made.
When media so blatantly laughs at the idea of not passing the Bechdel test or inaccurately portraying women, one can't help but feel that Orange truly is the New Black.
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Descubra todo lo que Scribd tiene para ofrecer, incluyendo libros y audiolibros de importantes editoriales. In the mids, Alison Bechdel published multiple graphic novels including the critically-acclaimed Fun Home , and from one of these came the Bechdel test. In essence, the Bechdel test was a way of analyzing media and a way to expose any anti-feminist media. To pass the Bechdel test, the media must have: Multiple women, multiple women that are named, those women must have a conversation about something other than men. Not surprisingly, most media in our male-hero-centric culture doesn't pass this test. However, in , Netflix produced a show that passes not only the Bechdel test, but many, many others: Orange is the New Black.