“…with its ruffles and frills, is Sellers’s way of questioning feminism. At the same time, she is taking the term into the 21st century by opening up the discussion and including a diversity of perspectives. ‘The purpose of the work is to engage the audience, to make you laugh and to entertain,’ she says. It’s meant to be spectacle.” —City Pages
Is a stay-at-home mom as much of a feminist as militant lesbian? Is the man sitting next you a feminist? This piece examines of the expectations of feminism and how it has morphed into the new “F-word. “Jousting” carries a beautiful narrative about two people looking at the history of the feminist movement.