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GIRLS ON FILM: GHOSTBUSTERS

GIRLS ON FILM: GHOSTBUSTERS

As per required feminist blogger duty, SIAC’s Marlo and Jen talk about the film that made all the manbabies cry.

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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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On BBHMM, and the problem with ‘is it feminist?’

On BBHMM, and the problem with ‘is it feminist?’

RiRi’s controversial new video has been the subject of much hot-takery. But IS IT FEMINIST? is not the question we should be asking.

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Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, Don’t Rape

Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, Don’t Rape

Amy Schumer shows us that THIS is how you do a rape joke.

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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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Elaine Benes: An Appreciation

Elaine Benes: An Appreciation

Let’s talk about Lainey.

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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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S/H/S: Screaming In All Caps Turns One!

S/H/S: Screaming In All Caps Turns One!

This blog celebrates its first anniversary and people get all sentimental.

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Basic bitch? Basically bullshit

Basic bitch? Basically bullshit

Ugggggggggggggh.

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Why can’t being funny be good enough?

Why can’t being funny be good enough?

Is it so much to ask of magazines to think bigger when it comes to portraying their subjects?

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