BY Emily Robinson in Boob Tube on Aug 08, 2014 |
Loved it when Kristen Bell took on minimum wage issues as the magical Mary Poppins? Christina Hendricks serves up just as much sass in her Mad Men take on the current issue of gender equality in the workplace.
Joan Harris serves up the modern workplace with a nice dose of 1960s hypocrisy in this Funny or Die video. After thoroughly confusing other women in cubicles with her martini-sipping, indoor-cigarette smoking ways, she drops some knowledge on them: ... Read More
BY Sonia Edwards in Movies on Aug 08, 2014 |
I’m totally down to watch an old movie when the mood strikes (and believe me, it strikes often). I am not a fan, however, of sequels, three-quels, or reboots (especially when it’s barely been ten years since the original—I’m looking at you, Fantastic Four). But this rumored reboot actually seems like an awesome idea.
Earlier this week, Variety reported that director Paul Feig might be in talks to direct a Ghostbusters ... Read More
BY Emma Tilden in Boob Tube on Aug 08, 2014 |
The real world can be tough on a girl! Luckily, you can go through your everyday trials with Adult Wednesday Addams, who now lives in L.A. and deals with all of that familiar craziness of young-adulthood — with her own personal flair, of course.
Melissa Hunter writes and stars in the weekly YouTube series Adult Wednesday Addams, a show which features everything from apartment hunting (ep. 1), interviewing for a job (ep. 2), and online dating (ep. ... Read More
BY amanda in Feminizzle on Aug 08, 2014 |
After forcing myself to read the entirety of the Vice article “Women of the Men’s Right’s Movement,” my brain is bubbling with so much anger and fury, I think it may just explode.
Just to clarify, this is the actual definition of feminism: “the belief in gender equality of the sexes.” And this is basically the Men's Rights Movement's definition of feminism: “A movement consisting of man-hating she-devils who ... Read More
BY Gwen Berumen in Music Stuff on Aug 08, 2014 |
Since its beginnings in 2002, the AFROPUNK festival has grown into a a highly anticipated and expertly curated event. This year is no exception.
Last year, we saw acts like Questlove, Danny Brown, Le1f, Death, Trash Talk, and Mykki Blanco take the stage. This year, AFROPUNK will feature “the best assembly of female musical talent since Lilith Fair,” according to a statement from their press release. It’s self-described as “a ... Read More