While Tina Fey , Amy Schumer, and Lena Dunham have made this the golden age of feminist comedy, the British Moran makes them look like blushing, virgin brides.
We're poised at an incredible moment in the world of art and commerce, because artists who have a robust fanbase actually do have a choice not to pimp themselves out for cars or shampoo. We're just taking baby steps so far into this new paradigm.
In an interview with HuffPost Live on Sept. 25, Moran set us up for her "five" rules of feminism, but only listed three: "1
Caitlin Moran joins Caroline to reveal her five rules of feminism.
Caitlin Moran joins Caroline to explain why she thinks people are too quick to judge young female celebrities.
I wear slips under dresses and send hand-written thank you notes. I don't discuss bodily functions in mixed company and consider it an honor to be asked for a recipe after a dinner party. In sum: I was raised a good girl. And it is damn frustrating.
Sure, ad revenue-generating cover stories often hit on the trifecta of fashion, beauty and lifestyle. But women's magazines are aptly proving that these topics and "serious" journalism can seamlessly co-exist.
Isla Fisher, “Bachelorette” actress: “I think, too, sometimes men can be threatened if you’re funny in a scene, ‘cause they
There is actually no rule condemning women to starve or binge, just lots of unhelpful suggestions that we should. Work toward being a woman who doesn't obey the insanity.
...We Muslims were always boasting about something or other, but our whole culture was sexually frustrated. And who on earth