BY Erika W. Smith
on Nov 16, 2015
Recently, Glamour magazine held its 25th Women of the Year awards, honoring celebrities, politicians and everyday citizens including Reese Witherspoon, Misty Copeland, Planned Parenthood’s Cecile Richards, the women who lost loved ones at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church shooting in Charleston, and….Caitlyn Jenner.
And unfortunately, there have been some transphobic reactions to Caitlyn Jenner’s win. Read More
For anyone who struggles or has struggled with depression, comedian Sarah Silverman’s recent essay for Glamour is an all too familiar account of getting through life with the illness. Silverman gave us a peek into her experience with depression, from her first experiences to how she handles it now.
The essay was written in anticipation of her upcoming film, I Smile Back, in which she plays the role of depressed housewife Laney Brooks, who “has it all” but self-medicates with pills and booze. Read More
BY Olivia Harrison
on Aug 17, 2015
Last week, Stephen Colbert wrote a sincere and hilarious essay for Glamour Magazine in which he pledged that his new CBS late night show will be for women.
With all the current changes happening in late night, many of us ladies have repeatedly brought up the point that women are clearly missing from the late night game. Even with people all over voicing our strong objection to this ridiculous gap in representation, late night shows continue to be dominated by male hosts. That’s why it was at least somewhat refreshing to hear one of the men of late night acknowledge this problem. Read More
Okay, so it’s not surprising, but after her interview in Glamour, the web is abuzz with the “news” about the BUST June/July 2010 cover girl.
She told Glamour, “I’m just being myself. There is not an ounce of me that believes any of that crap that they say. We can’t be feminine and be feminists and be successful? I want to be a f—king feminist and wear a f—king Peter Pan collar. So f—king what?”
Glamour also asked Deschanel if she wanted to have kids, and she had a great response. Read More
BY Intern Lilly
on Sep 04, 2012
A recent Buzzfeed list of famous women who don’t identify as feminists should instead have been called “proof that nobody understands what feminism is.”
Most of the women on the list seemed to be responding to the question “are you a rabid man-hater?” not “are you a feminist?” and/or not understand that those are two very different questions.
“I don’t think that I would consider myself a feminist,” Marissa Mayer said. “I think that I certainly believe in equal rights, I believe that women are just as capable. Read More