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    Why We All Love The Feminist Ryan Gosling Blog

    Here's a fun piece of Hollywood and Feminism and it's a blog called Feminist Ryan Gosling.

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    Hollywood Feminist of the Day: Jon Hamm

    He might play a lout on Mad Men (when the hell is that show coming back on the air?) but he sure is not one in real life.

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    Roman Polanski In Our Faces Again

    I don't know why I feel obsessed by this story, but I am. In some ways I feel it is my feminist duty to remind people every time this guy gets the adoring press he always does that he is a rapist.

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    Hollywood Feminist of the Day: Elizabeth Olsen

    This younger Olsen sister has a lot to say about about how Hollywood depicts young women onscreen. Here's what she had to say:

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    Gloria Steinem: In Her Own Words

    Next Monday night, HBO will end its great summer documentary series with Gloria Steinem: In Her Own Words. It's a film that really lets Gloria's words throughout her life as a public figure to speak for themselves. When you see those clips from the 70s and hear what she was saying you realize, if ...

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    Feminist Quote of the Day: Brit Marling

    When talking to the Salt Lake City News about the whole "it girl" thing:

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    Guest Post: Why we Need More “Warrior Princesses” Like Hermione Granger by Natalie Wilson

    Don’t hate me Potterites, but I would have preferred the Harry Potter series had been instead the Hermione Granger series. Yes, I know J.K. Rowling says Harry popped into her head as wizarding protagonist and that she didn’t set out to create a male lead. I also realize the saga is brimming with str...

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    Hollywood Feminist of the Day: Emma Watson

    I saw the final Harry Potter film last night and there is one moment where you see Emma Watson in a scenes from the first film and it makes you remember how young all these actors were when they took on the roles. Watson has grown up before our eyes through 8 films and from her recent comments, it ...

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    Hollywood Feminist of the Day: Romola Garai

    The 28-year-old busy actress (soon to be seen in One Day) is now appearing onstage in London at the Royal Court in The Village Bike by Penelope Skinner. In an interview with the London Evening Standard she talked about a variety of things including how gender politics has become "the binding theme ...

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    Eva Gabrielsson in Conversation With Gloria Steinem

    Eva Gabrielsson came to the US to promote her book There Are Things I Want You to Know About Stieg Larsson and Me and she stopped at the 92nd Street Y and had a conversation with feminist Gloria Steinem. Here's a bit:

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