PolicyMic reviews their 28 most iconic feminist moments of 2013. Check to see if you agree…
While 47% of law degrees awarded in 2012 were to females and women comprised 45% of associate positions in private practices, women only make up 15% of “the equity-partner level—the highest position at a law firm where partners have actual ownership of the firm”.
In my close reading of Enough, I tried to explain how in the scene where Slim is in in Mitch’s house spying on him, Slim has complete power over the scene.
In the movie “The Terrorist”, Malli’s waist is emphasized throughout different camera shots. Each very intentional shot speaks to the audience about the theme, and may have a deep meaning throughout the film.
Some thoughts behind the video essay for Bound.
The more we spoke about hands in the Wachowskis’ film Bound, the more we began to think of hands as independently thinking and acting organisms—with their own agency and agenda.
At the end of the day, the music video is a medium for entertainment and “Hard Out Here” is not exempt. Lily Allen reproduces sexist tropes in an effort to maybe educate, but more so, to entertain. With all of the video’s hype, Allen reinforces, rather than subverts, the value of female bodies in popular culture, especially in the music industry.