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Review: ‘She the People’ followup from Second City brings more laughter Special

Toronto - Everyone agrees that sequels, even good ones, rarely match up to the originals. The better ones know how to call back and reinvent elements that worked well the first time, or take their ideas in unexpected new directions, or both.

Review: ‘The House that Jack Built’ is purposely divisive & provocative Special

‘The House that Jack Built’ is Lars Von Trier’s latest picture to either stimulate or insult audiences, depending on the viewer’s sensibilities.

Op-Ed: #Gamergate generating pertinent debate about gender, misogyny

#Gamergate is going viral. As a non-gamer, having not played a video game since GTA: Vice City, I was initially confused by the furor popping up everywhere from CNN to TIME to Digg. But it turns out that this nerd war has big ramifications for all.

Sharon Van Etten wants you to listen (crying is optional) Special

Toronto - Sharon Van Etten is a musician known for the emotional honesty of her work. With her latest album, the acclaimed “Are We There” she shares a painful, deeply personal part of her past. She just wishes you’d stop talking about her hairdo.

Op-Ed: Gamers need to confront the culture's misogynistic problem

The gaming community likes to take pride in the fact that their culture has been more progressive about the role of women, but there is still an ugly misogynistic problem that needs to be confronted.

Op-Ed: Many factors contributed to Rodger's massacre

Santa Barbara - Whenever a mass murder occurs in America, the tragedy is politicized before the bodies of the victims reach the morgue. Instantly the cause of the massacre is simplified, by wrongfully placing the blame on a single entity.

Op-Ed: The endless quest for bigotry

Pavia - Today, evidence of mass torture and murder in Syria has been revealed. And the big story is...a woman sitting on another woman.

Review: A feminist review of the Anchoman movies

Anchorman has become a cult movie because of its inexhaustible quotability and impossible silliness. But there is something else about this cult that has not been tapped on enough: its feminist social commentary.

Rapper Tyga performs at Harvard despite protests

Boston - Over 2,000 protestors couldn't keep YMCMB rapper Tyga from performing on Harvard University's stage. He took the stage Saturday.

Australia to redefine misogyny

Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard's heated exchange with opposition leader Tony Abbott over sexism and misogyny last week drew global attention after 'going viral'.
 

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Women Say Something congratulates PM Julia Gillard for standing up to sexism and misogyny in Austral...
Women Say Something congratulates PM Julia Gillard for standing up to sexism and misogyny in Australian politics.
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