“It’s quite annoying that white women get Karen’d,” Steinem says. “What about their husbands?” Taymor argues.
In the days since Ginsburg’s passing, much of the media attention had already shifted from mourning her loss to covering the looming political battle. But Steinem remained focused on remembering the Notorious RBG she knew and loved.
Prince Harry proclaimed himself a feminist during a conversation between Meghan Markle and Gloria Steinem.
Over the past few months, Jameela Jamil has had to go on the defensive in a major way. Being publicly candid on social media about her injuries, health issues, and sexuality, she was met with skepticism from the Twitterverse, where people called her a liar and said she has Munchausen syndrome. Now, Jamil is speaking […]
Amy Schumer is well aware of the hate she received after announcing her personal Super Bowl protest — but, despite the "cutting remarks," she thinks she may have made a difference.
In stark contrast to yesterday’s inauguration of President Donald Trump, the streets of Washington, D.C., were flooded with hundreds of thousands of women, men, and children on Saturday in support of the Women’s March on Washington. The event started as a Facebook initiative posted by a Hawaiian woman sharing her despair over the election results with a small group of women, and it quickly blossomed into a national rallying cry for everyone to unite in support of immigrants, women and their reproductive rights, the LGBTQ community, and others whose freedoms are threatened under the current political climate. The event attracted some major star wattage as well. Scarlett Johansson, America Ferrera, Ashley Judd, and surprise guest Madonna were a few of the power speakers.
At a certain point in "Masters of Sex"—somewhere between the end of the second season and the first half of the third—the series tipped over into the ludicrous.