BY kelsey haight in Style File on Mar 19, 2014 |
WE ARE JUDGING YOU FOR JUDGING EVERYONE
UK Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman recently told the Telegraph that “people don’t want to buy a magazine like Vogue to see what they see when they look in the mirror. They can do that for free,” and I am livid. Although Shulman has rallied against the ridiculous sizes of sample sizes in the past, her latest statement contradicts the very essence of embracing all bodies. It also brings up how gross the ... Read More
BY Abigail Nutter in Boob Tube on Mar 10, 2014 |
I’m not sure about you, but I was super psyched about the latest SNL with Host Lena Dunham and Musical Guest The National; a double win in my book. The promos for the episode - featuring Lena and Kate McKinnon - had me for-real cry-laughing. I thought I would never get over the departure of Kristen Wiig in 2012, but I think I'll be alright if this comedic genius continues. 2014 has been a pretty awesome year for Dunham: she released ... Read More
BY kelsey haight in General on Mar 04, 2014 |
It’s only natural that nonconformist and writer Lena Dunham is on to the next one-- comic book style! After reaching further acclaim at this year's Golden Globes, and successfully dishing out another season of Girls on HBO, Archie Comics approached Dunham with an offer to pen four issues of unconventional Archie stories after she, “publicly expressed her affection for Archie Comics last November during a Q&A event with J.J. Abrams and Doug Dorst in ... Read More
BY Maggie Carr in Boob Tube on Mar 03, 2014 |
Even with all of the almost-there-but-not-quite Ellen jokes and the most transcendent acceptance speech in the history of acceptance speeches, we still found time to sit down with the latest episode of Girls. Or least I did.
Hannah’s grandma is dying, so she eats a salad in the middle of the sidewalk. This confirms that she is the kind of pedestrian that deserves all of the pigeon shits.
At her mom’s urging, Hannah shows up at the ... Read More
BY Brittany Allen in Feminizzle on Feb 20, 2014 |
We already know the results of this ever-Sisyphean exercise: no. Surprise, everyone! Neither Martin Scorcese, Scott Rudin (and I wanna say technically) Spike Jonze managed to make films this year in which two even vaguely compelling female characters talk to one another about something that isn't a boy. On the other hand, two other Best Picture nominated films that this snarky viewer considered problematic-re-their-female-portrayals-at-best (Dallas Buyers Club and ... Read More