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Content warning: discussions of self-harm, sexual violence, and emo rock’s history of women’s exploitation. We unearth 2009’s Jennifer’s Body to examine its feminist legacy and failures, and have an in-depth discussion on the objectification of women’s trauma through multiple media sources. A decade later we’re reclaiming the word “salty” to mean beautiful (thanks, Diablo Cody).
- In Defence of That Kiss: Jennifer’s Body is the Queer Love Story I’ve Always Wanted, Anatomy of a Scream
- Critics Have Violently Different Views of Jennifer’s Body, Margaret Hartmann, 2009
- How mid-2000s emo groomed underage girls and poisoned teen boys, Sophie Benjamin, 2017
- Where the Girls Aren’t, Jessica Hopper, 2015