Last night I watched this documentary: Before the Flood. It changed me. Whats if every country decided today to simply use solar and wind power and no longer extract oil, gas and coal? It can be done. It MUST be done to save us and this planet.
Here is my favorite article so far on Wonder Women. It is titled: “I expected to like Wonder Woman. I didn’t expect it to be such a relief.” By Caroline Framke Here is an excerpt:“Wonder Woman isn’t just a good superhero movie. It’s a great example of how filmmakers don’t have to resort to the usual
Here is a great press release: (WOMENSENEWS)--Of the movies opening today, Aug. 7, "The Diary of a Teenage Girl" is the must-see, especially if you're interested in challenging, stimulating feminist cinema. Based on Phoebe Gloeckner's semi-autobiographical book/graphic novel, the film stars Bel Powley as Minnie, a free-spirited, artistic 15-year-old who chooses to have her first sexual
I would recommend this book for many reasons such as: It shows real healthy relationships with women. It shows how absurd our prison system is. It shows that punishment does not prevent crime (food, money and education does). It shows how women suffer so much as human beings in this society we have created. Read it! As for
The new film Pink Ribbons Inc is a must see. It not only describes the huge money making cancer fundraising machine but also shows how many of the corporations who promote their products through the pink ribbon campaign may actually be contributing to the causes of cancer. Other problems include the pressure placed on women