women in the media
Most of my weekends are spent doing errands, exercising, watching movies, visiting with friends and catching up on sleep.
From cuttingly clever videos critiquing street harassment to downright offensive ones equating the female vote with wedding dress shopping (yes, that happened), 2014 ran the gamut between commendable and despicable.
2014 was one of the most tumultuous years ever for women in gaming culture: Here's how we improve.
Most of the time, the media seems to care just about beauty and fortune. What happened to valuing intelligence?
While some dismiss this growing problem of online harassment as simply harmless male trolls spewing their venom, such abuse is driving women journalists off the web. Why the differential between threats to women and men? The answer lies in persistent stereotypes about women, power and speech.
4. Don't get drunk, so as to avoid rape. 1. Meet your husband in college. (Because, obviously, all women are straight. And
The findings led Julie Burton, president of the Women’s Media Center, to declare, “The media is failing women across the
Some things, like the popularity of "Orange Is The New Black" and Sweden's new film rating system are worth celebrating -- but
Gawker looked at 143 regular opinion columnists from the New York Times, the Washington Post, and the Wall Street Journal
The industry historically doesn't think that we [trans people, women, black actors] are marketable, or they want to cast