Golden Globe-winning actress Jessica Chastain is well-known as one of the most vocal women in Hollywood when it comes to demanding equity, insisting that she be paid on par with her male co-stars. As she told Newsweek in 2017:
Whether it’s been saving Congress from Roy Moore’s disgusting ass, or Oprah’s inspiring speech during the Golden Globes that led to social media chants of #Oprah2020, or Beyoncé just being Beyoncé, black women are clearly the backbone of the American conscience.
On Tuesday evening, 63 percent of white women voted for Roy Moore, a man accused of assaulting multiple teenage girls, and cruising for more—so aggressively that he was thought to have been banned from the Gadsen Mall. I’ll say it again: 63 percent of white women voted for the guy who was probably banned from a…
On December 2, Senator Susan Collins, R-Maine, voted in favor of a tax bill that will make American public life unrecognizable, irreparably rolling back Lyndon B. Johnson’s idea of the Great Society and remaking society in Ayn Rand’s image.
In the weeks since eight women have come forward with stories of Roy Moore’s habitual predation involving very young girls, the prospective senator has been creeping back into favor with all sorts of equivocating groups: the RNC, conservative evangelical pastors, presidents who have bragged about assaulting women on…
It somewhat pains me to deliver the latest bad news about Kate Winslet: she desperately wants to avoid talking about the extensive sexual abuse allegations against Woody Allen, the director of her new film Wonder Wheel.
My friend Isha Aran over at Fusion said something recently that resonated with my whole entire spirit:
In the latest site of conflict around free—or what some might deem hate— speech, a high school in North Carolina recalled its yearbooks because a student used “Build That Wall” as her senior quote.