• Last night was a mixed bag at the Emmys—female writers and performers took home some big awards, but still only 26 percent of nominees were women. And then there was the point where Sofia Vergara was presented on a pedestal as "something compelling to look at." [Huffington Post]
If you love "Fancy," you might love Charli XCX. And if you love Charli XCX, you might love British women making hip-hop/pop music. This isn't a definitive list, but it starts with sassy and just gets raunchier, which is why British female hip-hop is great.
Wonder Woman has left an indelible mark on many of us. Whether we read her comics as kids, saw that infamous Ms. cover, or grew up watching Lynda Carter become Diana Prince on television, Wonder Woman's strength, independence, and optimism has made her a iconic superheroine for over 70 years. Now imagine being a Wonder Woman fan who gets to actually write her story. Amanda Deibert and Cat Staggs are two lucky comics fans.