An Analysis of the Post-Feminist Individuality of Gender Dynamics in “Tank Girl”

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Contradicting Stereotypical Feminist Gender Orientation: An Analysis of the Post-Feminist Individuality of Gender Dynamics in Tank Girl (1995)
This anthropological study will analyze the important aspects of performance and gender in the post-feminist individuality represented in the film Tank Girl (1995). The main character in this film, Tank Girl (Lori Petty), defines the character behaviors of a woman choosing a dynamic gender identity through submissive (female) and aggressive( male) stenotypes in order to survive in a dystopian world. Often, Tank Girl must be aggressive and militant, yet she retains the traditional romantic of a submissive women in her relationship with Booga, a Ripper male. In this anthropological context, Tank Girl...
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