Has Patriarchy Turned Us Into A Bunch of Mean Girls?

In the 2004 film “Mean Girls” we watched a group of high schoolers maneuver the delicate dance of adolescence. The film shed a comical light on the social hierarchies women navigate when competing for the prizes of patriarchy, that would be men, and no one was a bigger competitor than Regina George. Mean girl extraordinaire, Regina, and her crew of “plastics”, brought down a reign of teen terror all in the hopes of winning back the ultimate prize, a boy. But as competition intensified, everyone would soon realize that there was no victory to be had, especially…

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Arah Iloabugichukwu

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