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Meet JANE, Hollywood’s sexy-without-trying everywoman!

Meet JANE, Hollywood’s sexy-without-trying everywoman!

A hilarious new Twitter account effortlessly showcases the limited range of available options when it comes to portrayals of women in movies.

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This is —30—

This is —30—

A short memoir of a retired music writer, musing on fandom, feminism and identity.

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It Happened To Me: I Found Love Despite Regularly Wearing “Trends Men Hate”

It Happened To Me: I Found Love Despite Regularly Wearing “Trends Men Hate”

Staunchly dowdy patient refuses to be attractive, therapist takes it very personally.

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The blowjobs, the blue dress and the human being

The blowjobs, the blue dress and the human being

Monica Lewinsky has emerged from the annals of pop-culture notoriety to recontextualize her past, reclaim her narrative and remind us of the personal price of public humiliation.

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Old Lady As It-Girl

Old Lady As It-Girl

Two fashion houses have chosen senior women to be the faces of their current campaigns. Is this real life?

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On Gateway Feminism, or What I Learned From The Spice Girls

On Gateway Feminism, or What I Learned From The Spice Girls

How celeb feminism can be a useful gateway, and why calling out is so important. Also: the Spice Girls.

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This body is a good body

This body is a good body

Confessions of a Calorie Counter, or How Jen Learned to Stop Worrying and #HEARTeveryBODY (even hers)

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Pixar reveals details of almost-awesome new film (UPDATED)

Pixar reveals details of almost-awesome new film (UPDATED)

Variety got the inside scoop on Pixar’s 15th feature, Inside Out, which looks pretty rad — until it reinforces the idea that thin = happy, fat = sad.

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About Those Avril Meet and Greet Photos …

About Those Avril Meet and Greet Photos …

Famous women’s bodies are treated like public property, so it’s little wonder that some people feel they should have unlimited access to them.

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An Inconvenient Truth for Shape Magazine

An Inconvenient Truth for Shape Magazine

Instead of showcasing a healthy, happy woman, Shape would rather show fitspo models laughing alone with salad.

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