Evan Rachel Wood’s latest film had a sex scene cut out of it after the MPAA threatened to give it a NC-17 rating. Luckily for us, she isn’t the type to sit by and let that stand.
A TV columnist is attacking Sarah Silverman for “trying to be as dirty as the guys” in her stand-up routine. Seriously, when are men going to stop telling women what we can and can’t tell jokes about?
Following the “Titstare” fiasco at Disrupt, we’re having a greater conversation about sexism in the tech industry. And women who work in tech won’t be the only humans to benefit from the disruption of brogrammer culture.
The East Coast’s largest anime convention had everything an anime fan could want, including some interesting conversations about representation of women in anime.
Katie Roiphe thinks that some women writers are too quick to call “sexism” in interviews. We’re not so sure.
“People hating women in general is one of the many things that is wrong with our country, but is that why people aren’t watching this show? Questionable.”
Can you be a bisexual Congresswoman, and not have your sexuality define you or your politics? Apparently not, if WaPo’s Manuel Roig-Franzia has anything to say about it.
In which we respond to “Gay Men’s Sexism and Women’s Bodies,” an article by a gay man who noticed his peers “curiously comfortable critiquing and touching women’s bodies at whim.”
“Anthropy proves to us that video games can tell our stories as queer and trans* women. They can vent our frustrations in ways other people can experience. They can help us to communicate the things we go through in an unprecedented, interactive way.”
How is sexism perpetuated in anime and manga? What is the role of women in geek culture? Just some of the interesting topics covered by my visit to the East Coast’s largest anime convention.
Today in news you probably could have predicted, homophobes are sexist.
Perhaps even more heartwrenching than the financial stress that these woman face is the constant reminder that their bodies do not fit the status quo.
Criticism aimed at “The Newsroom” for not respecting its female characters might be missing the larger picture.
Adam Carolla of “The Man Show” doesn’t think women are funny and thinks jokes about the LGBT community are ok. I’m shocked.
“Being funny is like any other artistic skill, but to wield it successfully requires outspokenness, unapologetic honesty, supreme self-assuredness, and an outright refusal to pander. And those aren’t exactly the traits we foster in our little girls.”
Canada’s CBC will offer an alternate female-focused audio channel for the Stanley Cup Finals that has nothing to do with hockey because women hate sports and possibly themselves.
The NMA nominees for Reporting, Features, Profile, Essays or Columns are ALL MEN! Every single one of them! Let’s investigate.
For a men’s site to think they can throw any women who’s ever had a fling with another woman in the group is idiotic. We’re running an exclusive club over here, buddy.