Hollywood Sexism

  • People

    Red Sparrow photocall proves Hollywood is a very cold place for women

    “Wow, so much equality and non-oppression…”

    Posted by
    Kayleigh Dray
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  • People

    This is why James Bond should never be a woman, according to Rachel Weisz

    "Women are really fascinating and interesting and should get their own stories."

    Posted by
    Emily Reynolds
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  • Life

    The important fashion protest you need to watch out for at the BAFTAs

    The women of Hollywood are only just getting started

    Posted by
    Megan Murray
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  • People

    Maisie Williams has called out Hollywood beauty standards

    "I think it's sad that you only get to see one type of beautiful on screen."

    Posted by
    Emily Reynolds
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  • Life

    Nicole Kidman uses acceptance speech to shine light on abuse

    "My momma was an advocate for the women’s movement when I was growing up, and because of her I’m standing here."

    Posted by
    Emily Reynolds
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  • Life

    Natalie Portman takes aim at "all male" shortlist at Golden Globes

    "And here are the all-male nominees"

    Posted by
    Emily Reynolds
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  • People

    Meryl Streep responds to Rose McGowan’s criticism over Harvey Weinstein

    “I wasn’t deliberately silent. I didn’t know. I don’t tacitly approve of rape. I didn’t know.”

    Posted by
    Moya Crockett
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  • People

    Rose McGowan attacks Meryl Streep for planning to wear black to Golden Globes

    “You’ll accept a fake award breathlessly and affect no real change. I despise your hypocrisy.”

    Posted by
    Moya Crockett
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  • People

    Minnie Driver calls out ex-boyfriend Matt Damon for comments on sexual abuse

    “It’s all f***ing wrong and it’s all bad… it’s not your job to compartmentalise or judge what is worse and what is not”

    Posted by
    Moya Crockett
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  • Life

    This Golden Globes category has zero women nominees and people are not happy

    It was a year of great female-driven cinema – but women filmmakers are still being ignored.

    Posted by
    Moya Crockett
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