The New Creativity: Our Spectacular Ass Pants
Julie Camarda

I usually would not read an article with pictures of bums and advertisements for Adidas but I am glad I did read the piece. The work was educational and strangely edifying. It was sort of a feminist analysis of bum pants without saying it was a feminist analysis. A writer msut not say to the reader that the work is feminist analysis just like a writer must not say a political work is marxist analysis — if you describe it as such a rote reaction takes over and the reader is at the mercy of her/his tribal leader and unable to think for herself any longer.

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