fuschiaupdates said: I actually heard that there's a college in the US where you can take a class that analyzes South Park episodes and their undertones
no but this year in one of my theory of sexuality classes we read terrorist assemblages by jasbir puar which includes an extensive multi-page analysis of “the death camp of tolerance” which concludes that mr. garrison and mr. slave’s relationship is a metaphor for american military violence against pakistan and that the lemmiwinks incident was a metaphor for suicide bombing
Fun fact: there are several books on South Park and philosophy! Google it, they’re fun!
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