The Anna Nicole Story. Liz & Dick. This is the kind of “ripped from the headlines” celebutainment feature that stalwart cable channel “for women” Lifetime has brought to the masses—accuracy and subtlety be damned.
It’s hard to ignore the bold black and red lettering on the cover of our Love/Lust issue, set against a bright yellow background.
"Everything you always wanted to know about love/lust.*" And then, lingering a few lines below, "*But were afraid to ask."
In its pages, you’ll find out that through the varied lenses of dozens of writers, illustrators, and editors, we actually do explore love and lust from perspectives that too often fall under the radar—from dating while fat, to political sex scandals, to Playgirl’s hairy history and back again—and we’re excited for you to dig into the issue.
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If you know Bitch Media , then you know that we make it our mission to consider the issues at hand in a way that doesn’t necessarily result in clean lines, clear-cut answers, or feel-good think-pieces.
New Richard Linklater movie Boyhood has been going to get a lot of attention, especially on the strength of Patricia Arquette's amazing performance. But if you're missing the stories of girls, here's a list made up of songs featured in great films from female directors: Jane Campion, Sofia Coppola, Amy Heckerling, Sarah Polley, Lone Scherfig, Celine Schamma, and Adrienne Shelley.
My spouse and I have known each other about 5 years and got married last year in a truly joyous celebration. She still has issues with living with a child—my 13 year-old daughter—and has a hard time with my my ex, my daughter's father.
Young adult literature shapes our imaginations and our identities. We explore the world of young adult literature with help from some great authors.
We talk with Marni Bates, who wrote a memoir when she was just 19 that spelled out the reality of her teen life and her obsessive compulsive disorder. Then, the mother-daughter writing duo behind the best-selling supernatural YA series House of Nightexplain how their characters deal realistically with sexuality. Author Malinda Lo rounds out the show with discussion of her writing process while working on her debut novel Ash and her work researching diversity in YA. Finally, the Bitch staff has a roundtable conversation about the books that had a big personal impact on us as teens and read off some YA recommendations from Bitch readers;
Check out individual show segments and more ways to listen to Popaganda below the cut.