Posted by: Shelby L Thompson
on Apr 03, 2013
Now’s your chance to share your stories of chauvinism: Laura Bates' Everyday Sexism Project hopes to “catalogue instances of sexism experienced by women on a day-to-day basis. They might be serious or minor, outrageously offensive or so niggling and normalized that you don’t even feel able to protest. Say as much or as little as you like, use your real name or a pseudonym – it’s up to you.”
Here are some ... Read More
Posted by: Lan Truong
on Feb 07, 2013
Gloria Steinem, Allison Williams, and Tavi Gevinson got friendly last night at the premiere of MAKERS: Women Who Make America, a PBS documentary that explores the women's movement. Sadly, we were not within eavesdropping distance to hear what they were talking about, but maybe it was about world domination and the latest episode of Girls.
Narrated by Meryl Streep(!) and featuring icons like Oprah Winfrey(!) ... Read More
Posted by: Brittany Houlihan
on Nov 05, 2012
Hasbro has released an advertisement for their board-game version of Zynga’s popular Words With Friends game. The game really doesn’t seem to be any different from Scrabble. The commercial features a group of women playing the word game and coming up with words like...wait for it...“bikini,” “cupcake,” and “diet.”
“Okay, well there’s no ‘diet’ in my future, so ... Read More
Posted by: shannon carlin
on Nov 04, 2011
Men and women are different. We all know that, but how about male and female clowns? Yep, you guessed it; they’re different too.
From November 5 to the 20 Clown Ex Machina, a 9-woman clown troupe, is premiering their show Clowns Full-Tilt: A Music on Aesthetics. Created and directed by Kendall Cornell the multimedia show at La MaMa in the Lower East Side explores beauty and art from a female perspective, poking ... Read More