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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A short memoir of a retired music writer, musing on fandom, feminism and identity.
Staunchly dowdy patient refuses to be attractive, therapist takes it very personally.
Two fashion houses have chosen senior women to be the faces of their current campaigns. Is this real life?
How celeb feminism can be a useful gateway, and why calling out is so important. Also: the Spice Girls.
Confessions of a Calorie Counter, or How Jen Learned to Stop Worrying and #HEARTeveryBODY (even hers)
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.
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.
Instead of showcasing a healthy, happy woman, Shape would rather show fitspo models laughing alone with salad.