What are they thinking? This started as a portrait of me and my cat, but I thought it would be fun to release it hear and see what other stories emerge.
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This might be my favorite day on HitRECord ever! It's so inspiring to hear everyone's thoughts on feminism and dissecting the feminist themes in this version of LRRH.
I really like LilacAmy11's thoughts on LRRH and sexuality. Although this particular telling of the tale focuses more on Little Red's triumph over someone who meant her harm, there is a definite sexual undertone in story. The red hood, the charming wolf, etc. Originally it was a cautionary tale to dissuade young girls from embracing their sexuality.
I like this new tale where the woman is empowered to make her own decisions. If she wants to go frolic with a wolf, so be it. She's the one holding the knife.
Visual for Wirrow's indedcpndnce (wow that is hard to type!) audio. This is the first thing that came into my head. Hopefully it's not overly creepy, but I think it can be interpreted a number of ways.
Could work for a couple different sections, but I was specifically thinking of the following line: "Of course, Little Red Riding Hood knew just the fragrant blossoms of which her good-natured companion spoke. And since the suggestion came from such an evidently well-meaning elder, she decided to leave the path and seek out the flowers."
This is an illustration for Michal's Tiny Story, "Reliable". I just kept picturing a sandcastle melting into the sea.