Thursday, March 29, 2012

Twilight V.S Hunger games

Okay so I came across this video whilst tumblring (Yes, I just made up a word using tumblr in the past tense). But while I was on tumblr, I came across this and it reminded me of our class discussion on Monday, I believe? When I mentioned points similar the the points she mentions here in the video.  The day  Syuzanna called me a feminist (I honestly, do not understand why I remember this, but I do) although, twilight and the hunger games should not be compared because they are completely different plots they DO have similarities. Also, this coincides with all the topics we've discussed pertaining to gender roles, Also, because we're about to read "as nature made him". As a hunger games fan myself, I agree with her to a certain extent--to which I won't mention here unless asked. I just wanted to share this with you guys because this was the topic on Monday and I find it funny when she mentions twilight because as you all know, I'm not a twilight fan. But enjoy! /END RANT/
Btw, "may the odds be ever in your favor" :3 (le kitty face)


  1. Jocelyn I consider myself a feminist. However in a book thats meant to be a light romantic book, I don't think its worth over analyzing. lol

    1. Syuzanna: See, that's where you and I differ. I don't consider myself to be a feminist, although I do believe in some points that "feminist" point out. However, I still believe that now a days, feminism isn't relevant anymore-then again, that is just my honest opinion. Maybe stephanie Mayer did write the twilight saga to be meant as a light romantic book, but a lot of girls look up to these sagas and want these stories. But then again, this happens to every romantic novel there is out there. it creates false illusion. hahaha :)

  2. Also, no matter what comes out some one will analyze it, and over analyze it.