Our virgin ears! Kidding. Like a lot. What happens when you get a group of girls ages 6 to 13, dress them up in “princess” costumes and have them swear in front of the camera to make a point about sexism in society?
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There is little more we can say that Miss Watson doesn’t say here. We here at Salted Scarletry are #teamheforshe **Speech by UN Women Goodwill Ambassador Emma Watson at a special event for the HeForShe campaign, United Nations Headquarters, New York, 20 September 2014 – from unwomen.org “Today we are launching [...]
We couldn’t be more excited to debut our first September Spotlight on this fabulous filmmaker and Feminist Wednesday founder: mover and shaker Erin Bagwell. And it couldn’t be more timely – the kickstarter campaign for her first feature film, “Dream, Girl” ends today. Read on for more about her inspiration [...]
The news out of UC Santa Barbara this week has been almost too much to bear. But out of tragedy, the Internet has risen like a collective phoenix in support and demand for the end of misogyny and sexism with the #YesAllWomen hashtag storming Twitter.
If you know women even a little bit, then you should know that we don’t ALL hate this or love that. That’s because there isn’t just one kind of woman. And no, there aren’t just a handful of options either. There are unlimited options — I mean fu*king bushels of options — of what a woman can be.
The Cut recently reported that a stock photo search of what a feminist looks like (along with other cliche ‘keyword’ associations like ‘career women’ and ‘girl power’) turned up a bevy of misconceptions from the flat out wrong (women examining ex-rays and wearing high heels stepping on men), to the obvious sexual undertone, and even unusual (women eating a banana, scantily clad women holding power tools like this and even stranger, this).