To accept an alleged perpetrator’s denial as proof of their innocence perpetuates the dynamics of domestic abuse. In the era of #MeToo, we must do better.
The last two decades in film have marked a disappointingly slow crawl to increased representation for women behind the scenes.
A new PSA released by Women in Motion Pictures, a feminist collective of female filmmakers and actors, explores the scope of sexual harassment and its devastating effects on women and girls—in Hollywood and beyond.
Feminists took over this year’s Golden Globes—and it was worth watching.
Given recent activism on the part of celebrity women—from the #MeToo movement to the Time’s Up Campaign—it’s easy to forget there was a time not that long ago when the link between fame and feminism was viewed with suspicion and even incredulity. Here, we chart the evolution—and increasing impact—of celebrity feminism over this millennium.
“No more silence. No more waiting. No more tolerance for discrimination, harassment or abuse. TIME’S UP.”
How the downfall of one sexual predator can usher in an era of change for women everywhere.
2017 certainly qualifies as the year of feminist resistance, punctuated with these memorable, quirky and provocative moments in pop culture.
The nominees for Best Director—released this week in the midst of a feminist reckoning in Hollywood—are all white and male, continuing a long history of sexism at the Golden Globes.
With the toxicity in comedy finally coming to light, this organization’s mission of providing a safe haven for women and girls to use and own their comedic voices is more important than ever.