Media Influences

5 Bo-Po, Feminist Things We'd Like to See in 'Beauty and the Beast'

By Palmer Hipp--If you haven’t seen the official trailer for the new live-action Beauty and the Beast by now, then stop everything you’re doing and watch it here.

Let This Be Normal, Not Revolutionary: On Ashley Graham’s Music Video Debut

By Kaitlin Irwin--“Plus-size” model Ashley Graham stars as Joe Jonas’ girlfriend in a new DNCE music video. In the video, we can see Ashley and Joe making out, rolling around in bed, and acting super frisky.

Young Girls Don’t Need Lifestyle Magazines

By Kaitlin Irwin--Discovery Girls is a magazine for girls aged 7-13. The magazine touches on various topics, such as hair and skin tips, clothing advice, the arts and whatever else kids are into these days.

It’s Time to Stop Labeling Women’s Bodies

By Carla Roman--Recently, Refinery 29 published a piece entitled, “The Medium-Sized Woman Problem” by Kelsey Miller.

Match.com Ad Misses the Mark

By Kaitlin Irwin--While traversing through the London Underground, people have been confronted with some interesting Match.com ads.

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