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Rima Karaki Gets Told to Shut up, Shuts up Sexist Jerk Instead

The Middle East is currently embroiled in a lot of different cultural tensions and one of the most prominent issues seems to be the treatment of women in various Middle Eastern cultures. 575 more words

Why Mindy Kaling doesn't have to be my pioneer

Written in response to the piece ‘Mindy Kaling is not your pioneer’ by Alex E. Jung in Al Jazeera America. Original article here: http://america.aljazeera.com/opinions/2015/1/mindy-project-racetv.html

‘To be born a woman is to know/That you must labour to be beautiful’ 1,103 more words


Women of the Walking Dead

(Guest contribution by Maye from Woman Writes)

Warning: minor spoilers from last nights episode ahead!

From the beginning of “The Walking Dead” there has been observations and complaints about the show containing an outrageous amount of sexism. 496 more words


Women on TV

I was talking with some friends about tv shows that we liked, and I said that watching Parks and Rec had ruined watching other shows for me because it had such great female representation and that is hard to find in prime time television shows. 857 more words


The TV news “arms race”

Cleavage, bare arms and short skirts: Kiran Chetry and Judy Woodruff on how and why female news anchors’ outfits have changed over the years.

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Reliable Sources

Vern reblogged this on Vern's Views and commented:

I've noticed this over the past years. Kiran Chetry probably has more stories about working at Fox News than she was willing to share. I'm not going to deny that I do "check out" female anchors. I don't give the words the say any more or less weight. I've had a crush on Ashley Banfield that awkwardly began when I watched her coverage during the 9/11 attacks.

Women on TV - A Little Ignorance

Deadline ran a piece by “special to Deadline” author David Robb about “How to Court the Female Audience.” Apparently this article culminates the wisdom Robb gathered from a conference called, 715 more words

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Women On Air

Women On Air is an Irish voluntary networking group working with an aim to getting more women on television and radio. Women On Air was begun by Margaret Ward, who complied a list on Twitter of women who were experts in their field, be it science, medicine, religion, sport etc.  293 more words

Women In The Media