Because females really are strong as hell.
Netflix’s Daredevil, which premiered last Friday, is a TV series about a blind lawyer who doubles as a masked vigilante at night. It’s sort of a weird premise, but for the most part, it works.
A dinner table, with a placemat for every feminist I wish I could invite to my parties, lies in an angelic onyx triangle.
Basketball fans mourned the departure of NBA superstar LeBron James from the Miami Heat in March, but while that is not all that different from Malik leaving One Direction, there was not as much vitriol toward their reactions. What can account for the difference? The answer is, naturally, misogyny.
The anonymity of Yik Yak provides a glimpse into the minds of our student population, and what it shows is not pretty.
There’s a reason why when Kylie Jenner gets locs, she’s “trendy” and “pushing the boundaries” while Zendaya apparently smells like patchouli oil.
Don Jon explores one of the most important issues of our time: porn culture. Back in the 70s, full-frontal nudity, and some good old missionary would be enough for the average 18 year old. Now we probably see as much or more in Carl’s Jr. hamburger commercials.
The Academy Awards were held Sunday evening and there were many noteworthy moments. The awards season for 2014-2015 was riddled with controversy due to the dismal lack of diversity in nominations. However, that does not mean there weren’t wonderful moments throughout the evening. Below are significant moments of the show. 1. Julie Andrews All…
As they told the Guardian in the same interview, “We’ve known, on our own skin, what police brutality feels like and we can’t be silent on this issue.”
In the age of slut shaming, when women embrace their bodies they are often demonized by greater society. However, it is immensely important to overcome this stigma and become empowered by our desires because women are sexual beings, too.