BY Catie Colliton in Feminizzle on Jun 03, 2010 |
This week’s Village Voice feature article is about a woman who was apparently too hot for her male colleagues to focus on their own jobs. Debrahlee Lorenzana, a former Citibank business banker, is suing Citigroup for being fired because her sexy curves were too much her bosses to handle.
The majority of the article focuses on how sexy she is, mainly Lorenzana reinforcing the fact that it’s not her fault she’s attractive and there’s only so ... Read More
BY jodi sh doff in Feminizzle on May 20, 2010 |
New Jersey is a never ending stream of whadafug? Real Housewives, Jersey Shore, Jerseylicious, Jersey Couture (seriously??) and The Sopranos. Even Charles in Charge was from New Jersey.
Apparently the drones at the New Jersey Department of Mota-Veacles are so busy catching the hijinks of their TV neighbors they're slacking on the job. NJDMV approved Kim Romano's BIOCH vanity license plate --four years later someone realized that when you group letters ... Read More
BY Carmen Rios in Feminizzle on May 19, 2010 |
Emily May of New York City started Hollaback! NYC in 2005 in an effort to combat street harassment. An incredibly underreported, justified, and accepted form of discrimination against women and LGBTQ people, street harassment occurs on public transportation, in crowded areas, and close to home for most folks in urban areas.
What started as a tool of instant justice: May had New Yorkers photograph and submit blog posts about their harassers, has grown into a ... Read More
Last February it was reported that for the first time in American history, women were expected to dominate the country’s workforce.
This was of course due to the fact that 82 percent of the job losses at that point had befallen men in predominately male job sectors such as construction and ... Read More
BY Bette Bentley in Feminizzle on May 15, 2010 |
Wow. The Tribeca Film Festival is over – OK it was over May 2nd. Just now catching my breath. As an Artist Liaison for the festival, I get to see loads of films. Some glorious—like the narrative “Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll” or the doc “The Other City” (check em' kids). Some stinky films—lips sealed (and not in the H.Duff-duet fashion, really sealed).
In film news, the ... Read More