So Lean In and Girl Scouts‘ new #banbossy pledge is awesome.

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The (not so) Spectacular Now


            “The Spectacular Now,” an indie film starring Shailene Woodley and Miles Teller, was released in the fall of 2013. It is a dark “coming of age” story that focuses on the romantic relationship between the two main characters, Aimee and Sutter, who are both high school seniors. This movie had a baffling number of missteps both as a whole and particularly related to feminism and it’s representation of women.

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Teen Wolf


MTV’s Teen Wolf might just be the most underestimated teen-drama TV show on the market. This werewolf/teen-drama/romance/comedy revolves around the supernatural happenings of Beacon Hills, California and how Scott McCall and Stiles Stilinski and their friends always managed to get wrapped up in it.

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Talk Dirty To Me


Jason Derulo’s newest single, “Talk Dirty to Me” Featuring 2 Chainz is currently sitting at number three on billboard’s top 100, the accompanying music video has over 133 MILLION views, and it is quickly becoming the newest constantly on the radio or in your head party anthem. I’m not even quite sure where to begin in everything that is oh-so-very wrong with this song and music video. Continue reading

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Feminist Oscars

Gold Trophy Unfortunately for the 2014 Oscars, the Best Picture nominees once again reflect the sexism, racism, homophobia and classism that plagues the Academy, but they have also taken a few steps in the right direction.  Here are the awards we would have given the Best Picture nominees (if anyone had asked us). Continue reading

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