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    Feminist of the Day: Patrick Stewart Talks Violence Against Women

    Sir Patrick Stewart has always been an outspoken advocate on violence against women speaking out at conferences and organizations. This past weekend, Stewart was at Comicpalooza in Texas. When Stewart fan, Heather Skye thanked Stewart for his Amnesty International speech that helped her to deal with...

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    Watch This: BBC's Up The Women - Written by and Starring Jessica Hynes

    Premiering tonight on BBC Four is Jessica Hynes's (star/co-writer of the cult hit Spaced) Up The Women--a sitcom set in 1910 about suffragettes.

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    Heather Graham Talks About Roles for Women, Sexuality and Expectations

    Last week, we reported that Michelle Rodriguez, fed up with the writing of female characters, has been doing her own writing. And it looks like Heather Graham is doing the same thing.

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    A Feminist Analysis of Rodham - the Feature Film About Young Hillary Clinton

    The script Rodham by Young Il Kim has been one of the scripts on the recent Blacklist -- it came in 4th -- that has made significant buzz before it even starts production. While we hoped when the buzz began that there would be some women on the team, we were none too pleased to read that James Pons...

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    Why Society Needs Feminism

    I found this through my twitter feed today and think it is appropriate and is a good thought for the weekend. I think this should answer all the naysayers who think young women aren't feminists. This is one of the most feminist things I have read in a long time and it's from a young woman -- Caitl...

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    Hollywood Feminist of the Day: Willow Smith

    God I love this girl. She rules and I want that t-shirt.

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    Aisha Tyler Masterfully Calls Out Her Haters

    We are just so impressed with Aisha Tyler, comedian and actress. Turns out Tyler is also a huge gamer and while some folks in the community were receptive about her being invited to host the 2012 E3 press conference, other were not so pleased. In typical troll fashion, she received a ton of commen...

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    Guest Post: The Appearing Female Magician - Desperate Acts of Magic

    When I was seven, my parents took me to a magic shop at Pier 39 in San Francisco. I bought my first magic trick, the Imp Bottle. I loved playing with it. Not long after that, my parents bought me a magic set with over 100 tricks. I performed just about every single one of them for the kids at my eig...

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    Remembering Mary Thom

    The feminist movement suffered a huge loss this weekend with the death of Mary Thom. Mary Thom was a long time editor at Ms. Magazine where she arrived in 1972, and rose through the ranks to be its executive editor. She literally wrote the book on Ms. Magazine's history with Inside Ms.: 25 Years o...

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    Jada Pinkett Smith Addresses Gossip

    As you know we don't cover the personal lives of the people in the entertainment business on Women and Hollywood. But there Are occasions where we need to make an exception. Jada Pinkett Smith has been dealing for some time with rumors surrounding her marriage. She took to Facebook, and beyond sh...

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