e uma categoria em que os candidatos tem que "passar" por certos tipos de pessoa, especialmente ligadas ao universo heteronormativo, como um membro da elite aristocratica branca, um executivo ou um militar.
Jakes says "Your realness
is proven by your imperfections.
There is a lot of sweetness and sincerity in the novel--hot chocolate, chaste sleepovers and innocent make-out sessions--and emotional realness
In the end it's the ordinariness of the story, its realness
, which sets it apart from the expected.
continues its run of The Realness
by Idris Goodwin (March 16--April 10), a '90s love story about an aspiring hip-hop artist named T.
Van den Bergh, a consultant in branding, marketing, and advertising, and Behrer, who works in branding and marketing, explain how to engage the younger generation of consumers using a model focused on coolness, realness
, uniqueness, self-identification with the brand, and happiness.
Congrats to my #mentor my girl @toryburch on 10yrs of Tory Burch realness
-serving eastcoast boho chic to the world
She is a mixture of bravery, boldness and down-to-earth rudeness--and although Neverland is very much a fantasy, there is more than a touch of realness
and humanity to Jocelyn's character.
It just serves Indian realness
, with a modern twist.
Young readers will not only love the accessibility and reading ease of these three original funny but true-to-life short stories; they'll love Jack too and his every-boy realness
The essay seeks to remedy this analytical absence but focusing on just how the realness
of Dostoevsky's hero became a weakened version of Cervantes's monologic character, and thus how this weakened realness
negatively affects Myshkin's literary answerability.
Gray through her description of queer realness
as moments of storytelling that: 'transform the ways in which rural youth think and talk about their identities' (p.
He may have been the first to portray sexuality in all its realness
, and one of the first to depict homosexuality on newsstands.
Gabe is a totally believable character with sincerity and realness
to his voice which maintains a high-school hilarity.
Mittman's preface presents the fellow monster scholar with tales both hauntingly strange and harrowingly familiar: an anecdote of a criminally clueless undergraduate awkwardly insisting on the real life monstrosity of Jews; of a trusted advisor suggesting that monster studies do not constitute 'real scholarship'; and he presents a central question in the field of monster studies, the realness
of the monster (previously thought in measures of affect by Noel Carroll, J.