Articles for tag: Blue Velvet, Interpreting Dreams, Sadomasochism

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Using Freudian Interpretations in the Film Blue Velvet

The probing psychological detective drama Blue Velvet, directed by David Lynch, is a surrealistic portrayal of a convoluted blend of perverse and erotic elements of desire; desire that is inflicted with the pain and satisfaction of extreme sadomasochism. The eroticism as it exists in the conscious and unconscious minds of the protagonists makes itself readily ...

Wonder Woman: Personality and Religion

Wonder Woman represents female empowerment and teaches positive female traits such as honesty and kindness, and has inspired women over the years to believe in themselves. Originally intended to be a feminist symbol, she represents a clearly stated message that women do not need men to be happy and successful. Whereas characters such as Batman, ...

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A BDSM Beginner’s Reading List

Consider these books a good foundation for anyone who is new to BDSM or for those who are simply curious about it but don’t know where to find good, clear information. One of the most important aspects of BDSM is the idea that it is safe, sane, and consensual (often abbreviated “SSC”). The best way ...

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Nightmare Aesthetics in David Lynch’s Twin Peaks: Murder in a Small Town:

“Home is a small town with a deadly secret.” -Gary Indiana The television series, Twin Peaks, creates a sense of nightmare by introducing a quaint, small, American town and then stuffing it with a seedy underbelly of sex, drugs, murder, greed and corruption. By building a television show on the story of the town’s good-looking, ...