Here are my favorite patterns for picking Oscar films to watch.
Monthly Archive: January 2016
“Sisters” hardly breaks any new cinematic ground, but it’s a fun addition to the growing collection of movies I label “quietly feminist”—hit films like “Pitch Perfect” and “Trainwreck” that let women be raunchy and funny and multi-faceted.
Watson could not have picked a more incompatible author for her inaugural book.
Introductions 00:00 – 05:00 We introduce Jordan, Zach and Matthias and then Matthias and Zach talk a little about STEM education and the nature of the tech need for people with the “right” skills....
It’d be like bringing one army in to attack a territory that’s defended by 14 or 15 of your opponent’s armies.
We cut the crust off the Internet sandwich so you don’t have to.
Possibly the most peculiar streak in the progressive extremes of the liberal movement is the trend toward silencing women.
Along with plenty of telenovela touches, “Jane the Virgin” is wonderfully rife with feminism; in fact, it’s a media moment where the Bechdel test seems superfluous and outdated (which is at it should be).
The Obama White House asked that the IRS get more than $12 billion, but Congress slashed $1.7 billion off that request.
HOWEVER: That’s probably gonna hurt the taxpayers members of Congress always say they’re standing up for.
“Here’s what I see: a complacency among the generation of young women whose entire lives have been lived after Roe v. Wade was decided,” Wasserman Schultz told New York Magazine—to be met with outrage from “grassroots progressives” in the form of apetition calling for her resignation from Credo Action.