Women's Issues Articles
Women's issues hilighted through celebrity pop culture including pay inequality, sexism, misogyny, role limitations with age, and other societal issues also present in Hollywood.
I’m not finished talking about Ghostbusters yet. My friend Lorella and her husband took their two sons, 12 and 8, to the movies this weekend. It was between The Secret Life Of Pets and Ghostbusters. When it was time for Lorella to vote, she told her kids that she was voting for Ghostbusters because some people are against it and she wanted to show support with her money. Read Full Intro
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In November of 2014, comedian Hannibal Buress told a joke during a set, calling out the decades of rape allegations made against Bill Cosby. At the time, though a lot of people were glad to see the wheels of justice finally turning in favor of the victims, many lamented that it took a man’s voice to accomplish what dozens of women couldn’t. Full Story
There is so much nonsense in this Vanity Fair cover story about Margot Robbie, so much derisive, condescending, misogynistic language that it is easy to pinpoint where it goes wrong. It goes wrong from the first sentence: “America is so far gone, we have to go to Australia to find the girl next door. Full Story
It’s been a relatively slow long weekend on social media, which was bad news for Owen Gleiberman, author of the ridiculously misogynistic Variety article about Renee Zellweger's face in the new Bridget Jones trailer. I really thought about whether or not using that word was hyperbole, but it’s not. Full Story
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