Essays

http://joannebamberger.com/writing/books/love-her-love-her-not-the-hillary-paradox
 

From Love Her, Lover Her Not: The Hillary Paradox

Excerpted in Salon

"Vagina Voter": Witnessing the sexism Hurled at Hillary in '08

"It was explained to me once in the early days of my visual effects work on feature films that although the work seemed difficult and abstract, one day I would understand its technical complexity in a simple way. The metaphor used was the light bulb being turned on in a darkened room. One day the switch would flip to “on” and I would fully understand. My growing awareness of how sexism impacted Hillary’s presidential campaign wasn’t achieved as easily as a switch turning on; it was a slow rotation, as with a dimmer switch. With each incremental turn, a cultural undercurrent that involved women and presidential politics was illuminated. It changed me profoundly." 


FROM WOMEN'S RIGHTS: REFLECTIONS IN POPULAR CULTURE

A movie review in Women's Rights: Reflections In Popular Culture, ABC-CLIO Greenwood by Ann M. Savage, Editor The Rain People Pages 74-75


Opinion Pieces

Photo uncredited/Associated Press

Photo uncredited/Associated Press

 

 

THE PAIN OF A POLICEMAN'S DAUGHTER

Staten Island Advance, December 30, 2014


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Time Magazine, June 11, 2014


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The Mary Sue, May 9, 2014


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