Monday, April 19, 2010

Can women achieve balance of being perceived as both powerful and feminine in today's society, or are those images mutually exclusive?

Disclaimer: The following images are off google.Therefore, I don't own them.

Question Of The Day: Can women achieve balance of being perceived as both powerful and feminine in today's society, or are those images mutually exclusive?

I guess women can achieve balance as being both feminine and powerful. Just look at Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Faith.

The Buffy character was perky and feminine, yet she fought guys:



The opposite goes with Faith (as played by Eliza Dushku):



She was, like, the opposite image of Buffy; she wore darker clothes, she wasn't scared to fight dirty. Besides her character killed an innocent human-when she thought he was a vampire.

I guess she had no sense of morals at that time.

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