Category Archives: Media Findings
Aziz Ansari is a talented writer, comedian, actor and apparently proud feminist. In a recent interview with David Letterman, he spoke about his understanding of what it means to be a feminist and why he thinks it’s important to talk … Continue reading
If you haven’t checked out Reductress, you should. It’s basically a feminist version of “The Onion” where stories about women and women’s topics are hit head-on with sarcasm and wit. A recent favorite find on Reductress is entitled, “How to … Continue reading
For those bringing home a significant other for the holidays, you may be dreading the experience on many levels. For example, being back in your childhood bedroom. Twin bed, high school posters on the wall, unfortunate photos. The experience can … Continue reading
Amy Poehler is hands-down one of the funniest comedians of our generation. Both her writing and comedic execution are incredible. It’s no wonder that “Parks and Recreation” has enjoyed such a vital run- currently in its sixth season on NBC. The premise … Continue reading
It’s rare these days to buy an actual CD. The feeling of removing the plastic wrapping, the sticker at the top, then sliding the disc into the CD player- it’s become almost foreign. Everything is digital and downloadable. Having acquired … Continue reading
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Several social media apps enable millenials to meet new people with a few pushes of a button on their smart phones. Tinder, as one popular example, is an app that connects interested singles with the friends of their friends using … Continue reading
Without calling it an epidemic, these faces are common. “Bitchy Resting Face” (a true and crippling female syndrome) and “Resting Asshole Face” (prevalent and debilitating for men). Both happen. Neither are your fault.
This was submitted from a reader in San Francisco who found it on jwz.org. Ring any bells? We love this a lot…
Once again “The Daily Show” has hit the nail on the head regarding political ridiculousness and general absurdity. Correspondent Samantha Bee reported this week on the announcement that women will finally be allowed to serve in combat zones in the … Continue reading