Campaign Aims To Bring Less Sexist Coverage To Tonight's Oscars

The Hollywood Reporter has an interesting story about the #AskHerMore campaign. Started in February 2014 by The Representation Project, the campaign aims to encourage reporters to ask women on the red carpet better, and more interesting questions. Namely, to get interviewers to stop asking the time-honored question,… »2/22/15 12:10pm2/22/15 12:10pm

Women Get Asked Stupid, Sexist Questions on the Red Carpet 

Upworthy has compiled a super cut of actresses being asked solely about their clothing and weight. Perhaps being asked, "Who are you wearing?" is less offensive than some of the questions thrown ScarJo's way while promoting The Avengers. "Were you able to wear...undergarments?" some clueless interviewer asks. "You're… »1/15/15 11:15pm1/15/15 11:15pm

Country Music Eager to Give Women Awards, Hesitant To Play Their Songs

This year's Country Music Award nominees were announced on Tuesday, and, if a person were to judge the state of country music from the list — dominated by the likes of Kacey Musgraves, Miranda Lambert, and Taylor Swift — they'd probably think that maybe these women were getting country stations to play their damn… »9/11/13 5:50pm9/11/13 5:50pm

Take Me Now, God: Tina Fey and Amy Poehler to Host the Golden Globes

Or actually, wait until after January 13th, because that's the day when the Only Women Who Understand Us, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, are set to host the Golden Globes! How great is that? It's so great that I'm currently struggling very hard to not write exclusively in all caps and exclamation marks. If I had my way,… »10/15/12 8:50pm10/15/12 8:50pm

Violent Lothario Chris Brown Spawns Worst Twitter Trend Ever

Well, this is depressing. After what seemed like 17 identical spasmodic performances and a Grammy award for Best R&B album, a contingent of Chris Brown's female fans took to Twitter last night to congratulate and compliment the famously punch-happy singer— by offering themselves up for celebratory beatings. And all on… »2/13/12 4:00pm2/13/12 4:00pm

Beyoncé's 'I'm Pregnant' Dance, And Six Other VMA Moments Worth Watching

For an awards show without a host this year, the MTV Video Music Awards sure left us with a lot to talk about the next day: Lady Gaga spoke only as her alter (male) ego for the night (and almost kissed Britney Spears), Jonah Hill speaks about his dramatic weight loss, and Beyoncé and Jay-Z are having a baby. Catch… »8/29/11 1:40pm8/29/11 1:40pm