Stuller, Jennifer K.
October 2009
Bitch Magazine: Feminist Response to Pop Culture;Fall2009, Issue 44, p14
The article discusses the popularity of Peggy Hill, a fictional character from the television animated series "King of the Hill," and presents some of her memorable moments from the program. She works part-time as a cleaning woman during a Renaissance Faire to assert her feminist views in the episode "Joust Like a Woman." Hill is dubbed by activist and actress Kathy Najimy, who has been an advocate for sex education.


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