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Women need to be featured more prominently on certain things: money, monuments, and of course, ice cream. If manufacturers can use women's bodies to sell cars, beer, and other various dude-bro products, then why can't something that is stereotypically marketed to women empower us as well? We want girl power ice cream, and since Ben & Jerry's is already known for making political stances, why not insert some witty feminism into the flavor arsenal?  All of this art is the property of the uber talented Amanda...
"Mulder, it's me. Are you ready?" The above was tweeted by Gillian Anderson earlier last week to her past co-star David Duchovny. The gods have spoken and after a thirteen year commercial break Anderson and Duchovny will be working with FOX to create six new episodes of the X-Files! Yes, we're all a bit nervous about how this is going to go down, but to be honest each of us who were birthed while their parents were watching the cult-favorite began hyperventilating when we saw the news...
Being pregnant doesn’t spare women from the constant criticism about their bodies. In some cases, people feel the need to critique them even more, as newscaster Kristi Gordon has noticed. This isn’t Gordon’s first time dealing with rude comments. Her experience from her first pregnancy was so bad that after announcing her current one, she asked people to “be nice” to her.   In a small segment on Global News, Gordon took the time to address some of the letters she has received regarding her body: “Nowhere on...
Feminist activists, Pankhuri Awasthi and Uppekha Jain, just performed an important rap against rape culture in India. On their YouTube page, they describe India as “a nation that is 1,000 shades of fabulous and yet there’s still 999 issues that hold us back.” The duo, who call themselves BomBaebs, speak out against India’s current antiquated mindset that accepts and condones rape and misogyny in their powerful video. In an interview with BBC, Awasthi and Uppekha admitted that India’s regressive mindset won’t change overnight but they believe that highlighting...
In an open letter written by flight attendant unions to the U.S. Travel Association is an attempt to point out the undeniable wrongdoing within the policies of the Persian Gulf Airlines that include, Emirates, Etihad Airways, and Qatar Airways. Some of these practices go so far as demanding that women ask permission before they decide to marry or become pregnant. As if that isn't enough, the other issue the unions have voiced is the discriminatory employment denial of anyone in the LGBT community with Persian Gulf Airlines. Unfortunately, this...