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>"In April 2020, I was in my second month of lockdown. The particular state of isolation I was in made my digital life more tangible, and my ‘real life’ intensively more digital. Around that time, T"
>"In April 2020, I was in my second month of lockdown. The particular state of isolation I was in made my digital life more tangible, and my ‘real life’ intensively more digital. Around that time, T"
Interesting deep dive into the politics of visibility, and I’m always here for a tiktok analysis. That being said, the general lens of “are you a friend of Ellen?” being an “identifier” of who is lesbian (even when written tongue-in-cheek) is a pretty generic neolib stance that, overall, puts this piece in sliiiiightly TERFy territory. “[The lesbian] refusal [of norms] consequently undermines the male dominance imposed by heteronormative patriarchy that in turn deals with this threat by making the lesbian invisible and absent.”
Interesting deep dive into the politics of visibility, and I’m always here for a tiktok analysis. That being said, the general lens of “are you a friend of Ellen?” being an “identifier” of who is lesbian (even when written tongue-in-cheek) is a pretty generic neolib stance that, overall, puts this piece in sliiiiightly TERFy territory. “[The lesbian] refusal [of norms] consequently undermines the male dominance imposed by heteronormative patriarchy that in turn deals with this threat by making the lesbian invisible and absent.”
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