In The Dead Ladies Project, Jessa Crispin—founder of the online lit mag Bookslut—weaves together longtime preoccupations to create a bracing, prickly, through-provoking book.
As part of its ongoing efforts to improve its public image, Lane Bryant did a little Twitter Q&A this afternoon. It went about as well as any Twitter Q&A ever goes!
Once known primarily for her talk show and her role as Tracy Turnblad, Ricki Lake has become a flashpoint in the world of women’s health.
The plus-size business is taking off—brands are launching, models are breaking out, and people are finally paying attention. This is part of a series of interviews with players in the industry; let us know if there's anybody you want to hear from!
Please give a warm welcome to author, essayist and baddest feminist Roxane Gay!
We've written a lot about Obvious Child over the past few weeks and with good reason. It's funny, romantic and features a wonderful performance by actress/comedian Jenny Slate. Perhaps most important, though, is the film's groundbreaking portrayal of the abortion process — a thing rarely portrayed so frankly and…
Please give a warm welcome to writer/novelist/hilarious Bachelorette live-tweeter Jennifer Weiner!
It's time to talk to Asa Akira!
Join us tomorrow (Tuesday) May 13 at 2 pm ET for a live Q&A with porn star Asa Akira. The first thing you'll learn about Akira if you follow her on Twitter is that she's got "an award-winning asshole." While there are plenty of details about said asshole in her newly-released memoir Insatiable: Porn – A Love Story,…
Welcome to our live Q&A with Annie Parker, the woman and three-time cancer survivor who inspired the film Decoding Annie Parker, starring Samantha Morton and Helen Hunt. The film shows the parallel stories of Annie, who lost both her mother and sister to breast cancer before developing it herself and Marie-Claire…
You asked the questions, now Amy Schumer has the answers. Here are her thoughts on hecklers, feminism, creative process, Terry Gross and getting drunk in the streets of New Orleans.
Get ready to fan-girl, everyone. We've reached out to the hilarious, charming and talented Amy Schumer and she has graciously agreed to take your questions.
We asked you for Melissa Harris-Perry questions, the Jezebel readers responded and so did the host of MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry show. And the Tulane Professor gave us a bunch of goodies so, without further ado, here are Dr. Harris-Perry's answers!
Fulfill your daily Cyndi Lauper needs with this Q&A courtesy of The Guardian, in which she names Julia Stiles as the person she'd most like to see play her in a movie. Think about, though. I can totally see it.
Please give a warm welcome to Professor Anita Hill, who is answering reader questions today.
We'll have a post going up tomorrow, Thursday, March 20th at 3:30 p.m. EDT; you can submit your questions there, and Professor Hill will be responding. Meanwhile, check out this interview, in which Hill and director Freida Mock discuss the documentary Anita, which hits theaters this Friday in these select cities.
Time for a Q&A!