Transgression 2.0 Chapters 6 and 8. By Bridget Carrigan 4/9/2013 CMC400 Ted Gournelos. Ch 6 Making Bodies Visible Post-feminism and the Pornographication of Online Identities By Sarah Neely.
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By Bridget Carrigan
Berger's influential thesis: “Men act, women appear.” men participate online while women appear (bodies shown, what she looks like rather than what she does)
Active female participation: still related to body issues
Other media representations:
Social Networking sites become place for women to choose how their bodies are represented
Which: activism commercialism agency commodification
Visibility and Participation don't ensure equality
web allows the opportunity to give false representation, like suicidegirls, while hiding the real motives and creators