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Will & Grace’s Karen Walker, played by the incredible Megan Mullally, is know for being rich, drunk, and pretty hot. Karen’s willing to take down anyone who gets in her way, but is also a loyal friend. Although her clever quips are more famous for their wit, she also dispensed some solid advice during her nine years on screen. If she ever did cease working for Grace (which, let’s be real, she never would), we think she would be a pretty great motivational speaker. Let...
Gwyneth Paltrow is done with getting compared to other women in Hollywood who run successful companies. In an interview with TIME Magazine, Paltrow was asked if she looked at the lifestyle brands created by several other actresses. Her brilliant response? “I wonder if George Clooney would be asked about Puff Daddy’s ancillary liquor line.” She brings up a good point: Why does the media continue to pit women against each other if they are doing anything even slightly similar? And why don’t men get the same...
We met Caitlyn Jenner less than a week ago, her landmark Vanity Fair cover debut capturing the attention of readers and the Internet hivemind alike. The impact was instantaneous, spawning dialogue, support and scrutiny across the country and well beyond. Amid the chatter, roommates Crystal Frasier and Jenn Dolari offered the world a shift in perspective, not to mention a much-needed reminder. Creating the hashtag #MyVanityFairCover with a matching tumblr, Dolari and Frasier began collecting trans women's self-made Vanity Fair “covers” showcasing the diversity of the trans community – something...
  Even though The New Yorker has been around forever, it’s still considered one of the most liberal news mags we have out there. That’s why it was so depressing to learn that its trademark cartoons are not “liberal” at all in their representation of women and especially of people of color. In a study conducted by the Proceedings of the Natural Institute of Science (which has some satirical studies but also some serious ones, too), the authors determined that, out of 1810 characters published in the...
We’ve already established that Imperator Furiosa from Mad Max: Fury Road is one of the single most badass female characters in film. She’s physically-disabled, an incredible fighter, yet full of compassion and emotion. She wants to free the “The Wives” and get redemption. The only thing Furiosa was missing was a theme song. Youtube user Albert Lopez answered this call to prayer with his mashup music video, “The Unbreakable Furiosa”.  This video combines the opening for Unbreakably Kimmy Schmidt with scenes from Mad Max of Imperator...
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