Scenes From the Advanced Style Book Launch
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This is some ‘Scary’ shit here. Ladies & Gents, just when is it time to halt with the Debuts and Special Appearances for the sake of being seen or noticed. According to this Book Signing, NEVER !!! Hate to say it but some of these Women looked like they were dragged outa’ bed reluctantly and forced to get dolled up for the evening by their Caregivers. I think I’ll PASS.
The Story: NOWNESS and Ari Seth Cohen hosted a little shindig at the New Museum last night in celebration of Cohen’s new Advanced Style book, featuring photos… Read More >>
Missing Katniss and Peeta already? Catching Fire‘s November 2013 release date seem like an eternity away? Not to worry: Later this summer you’ll be able to watch The Hunger Games at home. The movie hits Blu-ray, DVD, and digital download at 12:01 a.m. on Aug. 18.
The two-disc set will include over three hours of unreleased material, including interviews with the cast and crew and details about some of the story lines that differed from the book — like President Snow’s character (Donald Sutherland) and the role of the game maker (Wes Bentley). An eight-part documentary called The World is Watching: Making of The Hunger Games delves into the behind-the-scenes aspect of creating the film. The extras also include the full-length “Propaganda Film” shown during the Reaping.
Want more info? We’ve also got an exclusive trailer of the release. :: ©ourtesy of entertainmentweekly:
So even a “Wonder Woman” in Saudi Arabia is so cowed that she dare not take that cloth off her head…!
“I’m a feminist! That is, if you say I can be one.” Because, you know, feminism is all about women symbolically taking veils off their head to fit into a Western, patriarchal idea of what a woman should look like.
You’re doing feminism wrong. Because women can not be empowered or feminists while at the same time still honoring their religion.
Because when a woman takes clothes off, it’s empowering, but when she keeps clothes on, it’s oppression.
Because everything that a woman is, her experiences, what she stands for, is all determined by the clothing she wears. BEHOLD! Western Feminism.
Is that a purple leopard print hijab with stars on it? Bc she’s winning…!