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On the evening of June 5, 2014, the ATAS held a panel appropriately entitled "Women Ruling TV" featuring the women of hit shows House of Cards and Orange is the New Black. Jodie Foster directed one episode of each, and Robin Wright directed an episode of House of Cards (on which she plays Kevin Spacey's cunning spouse). Taylor Schilling (Piper on OITNB) and Kate Mulgrew (Big Red) were also present, along with Netflix documentary The Square director Jehane Noujaim. If these five women rule TV,...
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Last night I was watching the first game of the NBA Finals when this ad came on: What?  What on Earth possessed the advertising team at DirecTV to think that this ad was acceptable?  Let’s just start with the fact that the “woman” in this ad isn’t a woman.  She’s a marionette.  Can someone say objectification?  Because this ad sure does!  Not only that, but the fact that she’s controlled by a set of strings?  Like, do women have autonomy? Can we pleeease acknowledge the fact that women...
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YouTube user, Wickydkewl, put out an ad on Craigslist seeking women who had never seen their own vaginas before. He compiled their reactions in a heartwarming video. Women avoiding looking and/or touching down there is not uncommon, so it makes me incredibly happy to see all of these women sharing their stories and exploring their bodies (something that we are taught not to do). A big thanks all around to everyone who participated! I am sure that they will inspire some more women to look at their...
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Can you hardly handle the chafing and fear of visible panty-lines while wearing exercise pants? Are you sick of finding yourself face-to-visible booty with the person in downward dog in front of you wearing the thinnest leggings ever made? Yes people, it is what you're thinking - the yoga pants redesign we've all been waiting for. We're going commando and we're loving it. Throw your flimsy leggings in the garbage because NYC startup company, Dear Kate is here to save the exercise day, again. Known for...
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I exit the elevator at the penthouse level. As I enter the apartment, the host of the party bounds down the stairs, shouting my friend's name. Him: aviators, open white linen shirt. My friend: modest blue shorts and a brown sweater, gorgeous, thin, well-connected. Me: high-waisted flower-print skirt I've had for 12 years, see-through mesh top, and an awkward grin. And the penthouse: Xanadu, if Xanadu were in the West Village. I feel I should have dressed more like I was going to a yacht....
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