#ITouchMyselfProject – Cancer Council NSW’s Breast Cancer Anthem

You can help keep Chrissy's dream alive by spreading her message. Visit http://itouchmyself.org. From the website: 'I Touch Myself' was the Divinyls' biggest hit and touched millions of fans around the globe. Released in December 1990, the single was No. 1 on the charts at home and reached the Top 5 in the US. It is a song that celebrates female sexuality like no other. Like Chrissy, it is bold, brave, and brassy. It rocked our world. And when Chrissy developed breast cancer, it was … [Read more...]

Little Kitten – Playing House

See the series "Life Once Removed" here. … [Read more...]

Little Kitten – Olivia Wilde: State of Female Justice

Here, actress Olivia Wilde joins the State of Female Justice panel to discuss the responsibilities of celebrities towards advancing social justice and the portrayals of women in the media. … [Read more...]

Ellen Page Joins HRCF’s Time to Thrive Conference

On Friday, February 14, actress Ellen Page speaks about the brave decision to live openly and authentically. Read the transcript over here on the HRC.org site. … [Read more...]

On Not Being Mommy To The Rest Of The Broadcasting Class – An Application Essay

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Last year I had the very unfortunate experience of being told that the only place for a woman in a broadcasting course - a woman who was older than the average undergraduate - was to take a “motherly, nurturing” role in comparison to other students. The expectation was expressed that such a woman should view their own experiences, qualifications and professionalism as being somehow lesser than the younger students, who should be more “nurtured” in comparison - and that such a woman … [Read more...]

To All The Fantatical, Misandristic Feminist Scientists…

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Thanks to Alom Shaha, who has previously come across this group and raised awareness, and to Dawn H Foster who took the screenshot: Not finding female invitees accepting could be due to a number of reasons. There's plenty of interesting research and discussions on this, such as: Where are the women scientists and engineers? Not fit for television Does my brain look big in this? A Simple Suggestion to Help Phase Out All-Male Panels at Tech Conferences Diversity in tech: still … [Read more...]

Another Reason Why I Want To See Gravity NOW

The brilliant initial trailer for it had me hooked. And now? Alfonso Cuaron Defends Having Female Lead in Gravity - Melissa Silverstein and Kerensa Cadenas in Women and Hollywood: Science fiction, like the superhero genre is all about the guys to Hollywood though we know that is completely not the case. It's a genre that is ripe with potential for great female roles which Cuaron recognized. On occasion we get kick-ass, complex women like Alien's Ellen Ripley, Battlestar Galactica's Kara … [Read more...]

Little Kitten – Dear Daily Mail By Amanda Palmer

While the picture from the rear of the performance hall isn't the best, the lyrics are wonderfully clear. And no - at no point did the Daily Mail review address her performance or her music. [A closer view of the stage, thanks to Giagia.] … [Read more...]

Confirmed: 6PR’s Howard Sattler Sacked For PM Interview

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From the Twitter picture of James Massola (@jamesmassola) - Political correspondent for the Australian Financial Review: Also on the official 6PR site (thanks to Mike Hopkin for finding it). And if you don't know what resulted in this? … [Read more...]

Interview With Ben Radford #SSAWeek

Welcome to Hour Twenty-Three of the Token Skeptic Sunday Sessions! DONATE HERE! There’s 24 posts for every hour of today, looking at issues involving secularism, skepticism, atheism, feminism, science, philosophy and more - in order to support and urge you to donate to SSAWeek2013 at SecularStudents.org. From the Token Skeptic Podcast - Women, Media And Science – Interview With Ben Radford - May 19th, 2012. Are women easily fooled by ideal images promoted by the media? Does … [Read more...]