“Because white men can’t police their imagination, black men are dying.”
The ugly truth: less than 5% of music producers and sound engineers are women. This shocking statistic is true even in Norway – a country that prides itself on gender equality. Co-founder Kine argues, “We had to make a stand: we had to say this is a girls club only.”
It’s 2016. Why on earth is India’s film industry so adamant about reflecting their long-standing sexist attitudes in their new age media? Will Bollywood radically change its ways in 2016?
“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” felt like a beautiful combination of the old and the new, setting the stage for something great and unexpected in the next two films. More than this, it felt like Star Wars had finally become an inclusive universe, where women and people of color could see themselves as the heroes.
“The Abominable Bride” features a fun scene regarding Sherlock’s ever-mysterious sexuality.
Whether you have creamy, chai latte skin or rich americano skin, you have dealt with accepting it. However, the darker shades of skin tone usually are not included in the discussion, which leads to a lack of awareness and representation. The documentary “Dark Girls” has helped shed light onto those struggles that are often forgotten.
Carol could have used the buzz and the attention that comes with winning. However, the Golden Globes snubbed the movie, missing their chance to send a signal about strong female cinema.
LP is an incredible artist and songwriter from New York City now living Los Angeles. With a unique and powerful voice, she has been described as a mix of Jeff Buckley, Florence + The Machine and Janis Joplin, yet her style and sound is all her own. In this interview, LP talks about her influences, the feminist label, and the changing music industry.
Stark, unabashed sex projected on the big screen is a revolutionary concept with massive potential. Repeated in mainstream cinema, this can normalize sex through a bolder, more honest representation of the modern relationship archetype.
A ten-year-old boy figuring out his place in the world, while under the guidance of three magical aliens tasked with protecting Earth? As the series progressed, I realized that what intrigued me more than Steven Universe’s inventive plot was its underlying feminist messages.