Despite a continued male dominance of the media industry, a number of talented women are working hard to make their mark in the arena of indie film.
Eight of our favorite lady-bosses and an inspirational playlist for all you bosses out there.
Seriously, I don’t even want to say how many times I’ve streamed Bachelorette on Netflix on any given week. This is the post-Mean Girls movie that I’ve been waiting for, and if you’ve been wondering what happens to the “Plastics” in their late twenties, this is the flick for you.
Topics include the new face of hunger, The Olive Garden, CeCe McDonald, college rankings, sitcom cities, Amway, PTSD, “hiking while black” and moar!
“If there’s one overarching theme on The Voyager, it’s the idea of being a woman and getting older and railing against the things that society (and even human instinct) thinks that you should have.”
In which we discuss the integral role of ice cream in fighting the patriarchy.
Spread the gay agenda with these colourful, easy-to-read books teaching love, acceptance, and science.
“Let’s call her BOTUS. Is this how the Illuminati works? I’ve always been confused about the Illuminati thing.”
Shit is going down in the bathroom, y’all.
The 7th season of the special effects reality competition welcomes amateur female Jell-O wrestling lover Stella Sensel
Don’t listen to the fandom on Tumblr and TVTropes: There’s nothing in this popular web series for discerning feminist or, really, any viewers.
This whole “women against feminism” thing makes me want to launch myself into the sun. This makes it a little better.
Topics include the case for reparations as explained by Ta-Nehisi Coates, AM Homes, a Vine romance gone wrong, how to be a writer, turning 30 and more!
The Soska sisters, a pair of female directors were announced to be helming a brand-new “Painkiller Jane” movie, based on the comic book about a bisexual superpowered cop with healing abilities.
Some of my favorite places to people watch include the grocery store, where I am fascinated by the contents of people’s carts, and the airport, where I have been known to spend layovers wondering where that man in the three-piece suit is going and what possessed him to wear a vest in the middle of July.
It’s possible that Portia de Rossi and Kerry Washington will be on your TV screen at the same time. This week has peaked.
Reading online, typewriters, trans literature, romance fiction as feminist fiction and more.
Emily Rios, who plays lesbian reporter Adriana Mendez in FX series The Bridge, came out during an interview at TCA’s FX day.
LGBT characters may no longer be a big deal in mainstream films but good, nuanced portrayals that actually drive the plot most certainly are.
There’s a feminist anthem out there for you. Or, rather, in here.