The Hunger Games Are Real: Teenage Fans Remind the World What Katniss Is Really Fighting For
In Catching Fire, Katniss has become a symbol of opposition, and her movement, as the title indicates, is spreading across the exploited districts.
If economic inequality is at the core of The Hunger Games, the “release of the Catching Fire film represents a perfect opportunity to establish a dialogue about our own problems and set the wheels in motion for positive change,” the [Odds in Our Favor] campaign explains on its website. “Instead, Catching Fire is being used as an opportunity to sell makeup and fast-food sandwiches.”
The intent of the Odds In Our Favor campaign, then, is to take back the narrative lost in a sea of marketing, to remind the world what Katniss Everdeen is really fighting for.
By Christopher Zumski Finke, Yes! Magazine
still, its horrible that movies and media in general gives you this idea that if you’re a male and you’re not attractive you can still score incredibly hot girls by being funny and “yourself” but if you’re a girl and you’re not attractive nobody’s gonna touch you forever
SOMEBODY FINALLY SAID IT