Post Tagged with: "gender politics"

Why the lipstick breadwinner is going all the way to the Fed

November 8, 2013 11:56 am0 comments
Why the lipstick breadwinner is going all the way to the Fed

Noel Terry October 15, 2013 President Obama’s historic appointment of the first female, Janet Yellen, to head the US Federal Reserve from January should come as no surprise. Nor should it come as a surprise that Obama’s poster-boy, Larry Summers, withdrew his candidacy a while back amid protests of his […]

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The 3 Strongest Female Roles in Cinema 2012

November 6, 2012 9:28 pm3 comments
The 3 Strongest Female Roles in Cinema 2012

My dream job is to become a screenwriter for cinema, and one aspect of film that I am interested in is strong female roles. We, as an audience, have moved past the idea of depicting women as helpless, waiting for the strong male character to save them. However, there is […]

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Girl Hate – In Which I Have An Epiphany

October 13, 2012 10:06 pm0 comments
Girl Hate – In Which I Have An Epiphany

After having watched one of Those Pesky Dames’ most recent video offerings on Girl Hate, and just how many women put each other down in a bid to separate themselves from “all those other girls”, I’ve been given a not-entirely-pleasant epiphany about my own behaviour. I am a feminist. And […]

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