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“You can’t be what you can’t see.” Marie Wilson's famous words ring through all industries and careers, even those of artists. There has been great discussion lately in regard to women’s portrayal in the media both on the screen and from behind the screen. Now, women within comics and illustration are coming together to address their presence in the industry and how female protagonists are portrayed. Strong Female Protagonists is a ... Read More
In the past decade, we have seen many of our favorite childhood superheroes come to life on the big screen: the victorious Superman, the conflicted Batman, the unpredictable Hulk, the suave Iron Man. So where are the women? Sure, Black Widow made an appearance in The Avengers and Catwoman (my personal favorite) showed up to save the Dark Knight, but most films are uncomfortably lacking in women characters with fully explored, complex identities. Well, all that ... Read More
  Stuart Varney, a host on Fox Business, thinks the absence of women in boardrooms has more to do with our hysterical, uterine-controlled brains than with discrimination. In discussion with Scottie Hughes of the Tea Party News Network, the host asked if companies should feel pressure to hire more women. His answer is no, and he goes on to defend sexism in technology with this embarrassing question: “Is there something about the female brain that is a ... Read More
       Yep, you heard that right! BUST is partnering with the Athena Film Festival to give our readers a free pair of tickets to one of the following movie screenings:   WONDER WOMEN! The Untold Story of American Superheroines Directed by Kristy Guevara-Flanagan Saturday, February 9 at 6:00 PM, Held Auditorium, Barnard College Tracing the fascinating evolution and legacy of Wonder Woman and superheroines in film from the birth ... Read More
When most people are asked, “What is your favorite superhero?” most all people choose a male superhero such as Spiderman or Batman.  Rarely is the answer a female superhero, although there are many.  Wonder Woman is first female superhero to come to people’s minds and is considered by many to be a feminist icon.  We know that TV’s talk show host Wendy Williams feels inspired by Wonder Woman when she sips on her Wonder Woman ... Read More
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