Stephenie Meyer explicitly pointed out that "feminism" is "being able to choose." I agree with this entirely; the right to choose is important.
But the right to choose is only part of the question. When given the chance to choose, which path do we choose? Do we choose to let men into our lives and still maintain our independence, or do we choose to allow men to dominate our lives, both physically and psychologically?
In the case of Bella Swan, she chose the second path.
In my opinion, choosing that road is no different from choosing at all. Choices, as we all know, split into right and wrong....
So yes... this is the interview I did with KatiiCullen94... enjoy! I added a few pics as well.
Her favorite character: Jacob Black
1) What is your reaction for winning FOTM?
Well, I'm awfully surprised, and Happy. I've never won or parcipated in something like this. Like I'm responsible for the FOTM for the Kristen Stewart Club, but I'm the Interviewer not the other way round. I diddn't think I was even nominated :)
2) Tell us about yourself.
Well, My name is Kaitlyn. But my nickmane is Keppie (K-Kaitlyn, E- Elizabeth, PP-Pead, IE- Cause it's cute) I'm 16, And I'm Australian. That's the basics....
As you probably know, the Twilight vs. Harry Potter spot is a debate spot. We come here mainly to debate over which series is better and why, or to discuss why we like one series better than the other, then others can, if they wish, debate the points made in the other persons arguments.
However, there is a difference between debating and fighting.
When you debate, you are willing to see both sides of an argument. You have to understand why the other person is saying what they are saying before you debate against their point. Understanding does NOT necessarily mean agreeing. It means "I see why...