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By Samantha Taylor. 

Australian actress and feminist activist, Caitlin Stasey, returned home this weekend for a unique event at Melbourne’s State Library.

The rare public appearance launched ‘TINA Talks’: a new endeavour from the Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA). 167 more words


In support of Caitlin Stasey and herself.com

Caitlin Stasey’s name has been popping up all over the place recently after launching her new website herself.com early this year. The website features in depth interviews with women from diverse backgrounds and is accompanied by empowering nude photography. 1,042 more words


All Cheerleaders Die - review

An outsider decides to infiltrate the cheerleading squad to make the lives of the squad and their jock friends hell but the plans go all eschew when one of the cheerleaders goes all heart eyes and her witchy friend with some magic coloured stones bring a whole world of exciting new problems to contend with. 175 more words


Sins of the Past - Reign

REIGN – Thursday, February 5th at 9pm on CW50 – FRANCIS AND MARY REUNITE AS THEY LEARN OF ENGLAND’S PLAN FOR RETRIBUTION — As the castle prepares for the Winter’s Ease Feast, King Antoine (guest star Ben Aldridge) of Navarre reveals to Francis (Toby Regbo) and Mary (Adelaide Kane) England’s plan for revenge against France. 72 more words


I, Frankenstein

PLOT (spoiler alert!!!):

In 1795, Dr. Victor Frankenstein (Aden Young) creates a monster (Aaron Eckhart), a soulless creature patched together from corpses, and then rejects it. 1,394 more words

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How Caitlin Stasey's NSFW Website Is Moving Feminism Forward

Australian actress and CW star Caitlin Stasey recently launched a website, Herself.com (NSFW), featuring interviews with ordinary women (aka non-celebs) about topics like masturbation, pornography, reproductive rights, sexual identity and the female body. 570 more words

British Paper 'The Sun', Nudity

British paper ‘The Sun’, has dumped the infamous ‘Page 3′, which featured models, originally topless, then scantily clad in under garments. This feature in the paper has existed since Rupert Murdoch took ownership of the paper in 1970, outraging feminists. 221 more words