BY Andrea Stopa in Feminizzle on Jan 13, 2014 |
Be still my beating heart. Beyonce has made it abundantly clear that she is, indeed, a feminist warrior in her commentary published by The Shriver Report, entitled – wait for it – "Gender Equality Is a Myth!" exclamation point and all! * swoon *
Short and sweet, Beyonce tells it like it is:
“Humanity requires both men and women, and we are equally important and need one another. So why are we viewed as less than equal?"Admittedly, the post ... Read More
“When you publish content or information using the public setting, it means you are allowing everyone, including people off of Facebook, to access and use that information, and to associate it with you (i.e., your name and profile picture).” Those words, taken from Facebook’s Statement of Rights, serve as inspiration behind the photographer Jenna Garrett’s ongoing series The Public Profile of an American Girl. As part of a larger ... Read More
BY erica lehnert in Feminizzle on Jan 06, 2014 |
Unlike most news channels, we really dig CNN. Partly because of their claim on silver fox Anderson Cooper, but mostly because since 2007 every person not busy being Anderson has been tracking down do-gooders worldwide and recognizing their contributions to awesomely important issues. "CNN Heroes: Everyday People Changing the World" is an annual celebration of the power we all possess to cause true change. It also kind of makes you feel a tad selfish for ... Read More
Melissa Zexter’s photographs are unlike any you’ve ever seen. Marrying photography and embroidery, she hand-stitches illustrations over her intimate portraits of women and children. In each image, she heightens the drama of quiet moments of reflection with explosive patterns and bursts of color. With an interest in exploring representations of femininity, Zexter enters a beautiful and imaginative world all her own.
To this day, ... Read More
You know the stereotype: men are better at math than women. Of course it’s not accurate, but it turns out that the stereotype itself may be negatively affecting our math performance. In a recent study published in Social Psychological and Personality Science, Indiana University’s Katie J. Van Loo and Robert J. Rydell suggest that women are negatively affected by seeing models of male dominance within the context of math.
For the study, ... Read More