Why Is Hollywood Afraid Of Femininity? With Teresa Yanaros | StudioJake

Truly Free Society founder Teresa Yanaros joins me to talk about Supergirl’s DCEU costume and the greater implications of the entertainment industry’s fear of Femininity. From Captain Marvel to Supergirl to the Powerpuff Grils to She-Hulk, where is it going? What do the actresses involved have to say about this? Can we slow it down? Yanaros and I break down this tired trope and how to course-correct?

Check out the vidcast below:

As usual, Teresa is a total joy to have on as a guest. I would like to thank her for coming on and sharing her thoughts.

You can check out Teresa’s work: https://www.trulyfreesociety.com/

About Teresa:

Teresa Yanaros, a degreed journalist with a passion for uncovering the truth, has dedicated her life to investigating images and messages received through media outlets. From a young age, she has researched and presented news media through print and began expanding her reach through multi-media.

After writing a book investigating the phenomenon of modern American online spiritualism, she traveled across America, giving speeches and practical workshops on how to analyze and synthesize information. From archetypal studies to advanced truth-seeking, Teresa has presented research in areas of American pop culture, conspiracism, supernatural and paranormal studies, theology, and anthropology of online sub-cultures. Due to Teresa’s experience with seeing just how deep the rabbit holes of online culture go, she is devoted to understanding the media effects of online subcultures upon their communities.

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