Entertainment

Indian Beauty Pageant Celebrates Rural Women & Education, Instead Of Physical Appearance

Indian Beauty Pageant Celebrates Rural Women & Education, Instead Of Physical Appearance

In a world where we are still trying to dismantle the stereotypical ideals placed on women, such as their value comes from what they look like, the Mrs. Arunachal “beauty […]

October 31, 2016 ×
New Docu-Series ‘Wonder Women’ Profiles Badass Women Fighting For A Better World

New Docu-Series ‘Wonder Women’ Profiles Badass Women Fighting For A Better World

Not to be confused with the forthcoming and long-awaited feature film based on the DC Comic character, ‘Wonder Women’ is a brilliant, powerful and much-needed documentary series now streaming on […]

October 27, 2016 ×
How The “White Male Savior” Complex Extends Far Beyond The Hollywood Screen Into Society

How The “White Male Savior” Complex Extends Far Beyond The Hollywood Screen Into Society

Constance Wu recently wrote a thought-invoking post addressing the issue of the ‘white savior complex’ in movies. Her thoughts were tweeted in response to Matt Damon’s casting in upcoming Chinese/American […]

October 25, 2016 ×
British Theater Smashes The Patriarchy In The 4th Annual ‘Calm Down Dear’ Feminist Festival

British Theater Smashes The Patriarchy In The 4th Annual ‘Calm Down Dear’ Feminist Festival

Look out patriarchy, British theater performers are coming for you! The Camden People’s Theatre just wrapped up its 4th annual ‘Calm Down Dear’ festival, dedicated to furthering the feminist conversation […]

October 24, 2016 ×
British MC Challenges Stereotypes With Her Feminism, Islamic Faith & Hip Hop Music

British MC Challenges Stereotypes With Her Feminism, Islamic Faith & Hip Hop Music

Back in 2015 we shared a post about two British artists who were breaking barriers and challenging stereotypes merely with their presence. The female hip hop duo known as Poetic […]

October 24, 2016 ×
LUNAFEST Short Film Festival Celebrates Its 16th Year Supporting The Work Of Female Filmmakers

LUNAFEST Short Film Festival Celebrates Its 16th Year Supporting The Work Of Female Filmmakers

The Lunafest short film festival has just celebrated its 16th as one of the only American film festivals geared toward promoting the work of female filmmakers. At a special screening […]

October 7, 2016 ×
Watch The ‘Golden Probe Awards’ Honoring Achievements In Sexism & Anti-Choice Extremism

Watch The ‘Golden Probe Awards’ Honoring Achievements In Sexism & Anti-Choice Extremism

Forget the Golden Globes or the Oscars, THIS is the awards show for us! This Sunday, October 2nd, Lady Parts Justice will be hosting their first annual Golden Probe Awards, […]

September 30, 2016 ×
SheKnows Media Releases New Femvertising Study & Announces Winners Of 2nd Annual Femvertising Awards

SheKnows Media Releases New Femvertising Study & Announces Winners Of 2nd Annual Femvertising Awards

In 2015, SheKnows Media held the very first #Femvertising Awards, an event celebrating the most empowering advertising campaigns which we are seeing a huge wave of around the world. Dove […]

September 30, 2016 ×
Intersectional Feminist Writer Says Climate Change Policy Must Include Voices Of Women Of Color

Intersectional Feminist Writer Says Climate Change Policy Must Include Voices Of Women Of Color

In our journey to critically understand the important of intersectional feminism, and in our desire to share it with our readers, we are committed to constantly learning about how feminism […]

September 28, 2016 ×
Sex Strikes & Gun Control Laws Collide In The Hilarious “Is That A Gun In Your Pocket?”

Sex Strikes & Gun Control Laws Collide In The Hilarious “Is That A Gun In Your Pocket?”

Whenever anyone asks what the most controversial topics across America are, there are usually two answers: guns, and abortion. They are among the most polarizing issues, especially during this presidential […]

September 21, 2016 ×
From Nth Africa To France, ‘Fatima’ Tells The Story Of A Mother & Her Teen Girls In A New Culture

From Nth Africa To France, ‘Fatima’ Tells The Story Of A Mother & Her Teen Girls In A New Culture

There’s a LOT of talk about immigration around the world right now. No matter which country you live in, it’s hard to escape the political lens that this this issue […]

September 15, 2016 ×
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie On Hillary Clinton, Refugees, Motherhood & Feminism

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie On Hillary Clinton, Refugees, Motherhood & Feminism

She is well-known as the woman who inspired Beyonce’s feminism (and who also appeared on her 2013 track ***Flawless, as well as the Nigerian author whose book ‘We Should All […]

September 5, 2016 ×