Q&A: Marlene Forte on Stereotypes and Representation

Forte took some time to chat with Ms. about her take on Latino/a stereotypes, representation, gender diversity and motherhood.

NEWSFLASH: Fox News Settled Another Sexual Harassment Case On the Heels of Ailes’ Resignation

According to The New York Times, Fox News quietly settled a sexual harassment suit brought by Juliet Huddy against Bill O’ Reilly and Jack Abernethy.

Degrassi‘s Groundbreaking Abortion Storyline

In a recent episode of the “Degrassi: Next Class,” Lola decides to have an abortion after she discovers she’s pregnant from a one-night stand at a party.

The Media’s Woman Problem In A Trump Age

It’s heartening that liberal publications around the country are now an emboldened vanguard against Donald Trump’s misogyny. But the sexism and inequality that allow misogyny to thrive run deep in these same news outlets.

The Top 10 Feminist TV Shows from 2016

These ten shows debuted or premiered new episodes this year, all of which were filled to the brim with feminist goodness.

We Need Saturday Night Live to Survive the Next Four Years

SNL has reminded me to leave room for laughter and that comedy can be both cathartic and productive.

Celebrating the Bravery of Female Journalists

The International Women’s Media Foundation is honoring Mabel Cáceres, Stella Paul, Janine di Giovanni and Diane Rehm this year.

Feminism at Versailles

We spoke with three of Versailles’ female leads about women in 17th century France and strong female characters.

Across TV Platforms, Women Remain Underrepresented On- and Off-Screen

Research released this week reveals that women still have very far to go in the fight for equality on the small screen.

She’s the Scariest Female Villain on TV—Because She Lacks a “Female Sensibility”

Wentworth‘s Joan Ferguson has no politics, no sensibility, no empathy and no fear. All she has in an insatiable thirst for power and revenge that cannot be contained by prison walls.

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