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‘Gilmore Girls’ Creator Has Strong Words For Women In Hollywood: ‘It’s Up To Them’ - MTV | Gender in Media

‘Gilmore Girls’ Creator Has Strong Words For Women In Hollywood: ‘It’s Up To Them’ - MTV | Gender in Media

2016 showcased just how misogynistic America is... yet there are reasons for women to celebrate, such as Kamala Harris, Catherine Cortez Masto, and Tammy Duckworth being elected to the Senate, Stephanie Murphy and Pramila Jayapal winning seats in the House of Representatives and Ilhan Omar being elected to her state’s legislature.

Here Are 11 Good Things Worth Celebrating That Happened in 2016

2016 showcased just how misogynistic America is... yet there are reasons for women to celebrate, such as Kamala Harris, Catherine Cortez Masto, and Tammy Duckworth being elected to the Senate, Stephanie Murphy and Pramila Jayapal winning seats in the House of Representatives and Ilhan Omar being elected to her state’s legislature.

13 Feminist Comedians Prove Just How Fun Challenging the Patriarchy Can Be - Mic

13 Feminist Comedians Prove Just How Fun Challenging the Patriarchy Can Be - Mic

The 115th Congress will have a record-high 21 female senators in it next year, including more women of color than ever before. | Election 2016 | Gender in Politics

During this dismal election, women of color quietly made history in the Senate.

The 115th Congress will have a record-high 21 female senators in it next year, including more women of color than ever before. | Election 2016 | Gender in Politics

The Women of Hollywood Speak Out - The New York Times

The Women of Hollywood Speak Out

Geena Davis  Six years ago the Oscar-winning actress and Mensa member founded The Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media. Her non-profit commissioned the largest research project on gender in film and television ever undertaken, conducted by the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. In family films, there is only one female character for every three male characters; and in group scenes, only 17 percent of the characters are female, researchers found.

Geena Davis On The Film That Changed Her Life's Work

Geena Davis Six years ago the Oscar-winning actress and Mensa member founded The Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media. Her non-profit commissioned the largest research project on gender in film and television ever undertaken, conducted by the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. In family films, there is only one female character for every three male characters; and in group scenes, only 17 percent of the characters are female, researchers found.

Marisa Tomei and Patricia Arquette at a Dinner for Equality event hosted by Arquette, whose plea for equal pay and equal rights for women during her 2015 Best Actress acceptance speech has lots her acting jobs -- and propelled the California Fair Pay Act, which went into effect January 2016.| Gender in Media

Gender Equality: Patricia Arquette’s Speech Cost Her Jobs

Marisa Tomei and Patricia Arquette at a Dinner for Equality event hosted by Arquette, whose plea for equal pay and equal rights for women during her 2015 Best Actress acceptance speech has lots her acting jobs -- and propelled the California Fair Pay Act, which went into effect January 2016.| Gender in Media

Reese Witherspoon Forms Women-Focused Digital Media Company

Reese Witherspoon Forms Women-Focused Digital Media Company With Peter Chernin, AT&T

Jennifer Lawrence doesn’t care if you like her. | Female stars are finding their voices on gender inequality | Entertainment Weekly | Gender in Media

Jennifer Lawrence doesn't care if you like her

Jennifer Lawrence doesn’t care if you like her. | Female stars are finding their voices on gender inequality | Entertainment Weekly | Gender in Media

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