Penny Nance's fixation on the portrayal of men in 'Frozen' is just the tip of the iceberg for the anti-choice anti-feminist advocate.
The former first lady had a strong message for the men at the Obama Foundation Summit: "Y'all should get you some friends."
The Fox News host twists Kathy Griffin's recent criticisms of the attorney to label Bloom "moral cover for hire."
'Big Bang Theory' actress reacted to Harvey Weinstein's uncovered history of sexual assault by publishing a disturbing New York Times Op-Ed about beauty standards in Hollywood.
We've fawned over their bromance, but they're each more focused on flexing their feminism and encouraging other boys and men to do the same.
The writer behind 'Victor Frankenstein' and 'Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective' speaks to Newsweek about Internet outrage.
The Playboy publisher was 60 at the time and was dating a 22-year-old named Carrie Leigh.
"James Cameron's inability to understand what 'Wonder Woman' is, or stands for, to women all over the world is unsurprising, as though he is a great filmmaker, he is not a woman," wrote the film's director, Patty Jenkins.
The tennis star thinks Maria Sharapova "might be perceived by the public as nicer."
William Oldroyd's film, acclaimed on the festival circuit for its daring, is joyless, ugly and arguably racist.
The group is explicitly linking empowerment with the fight against capitalism in what is known as "insurgent feminism."
Droves of women sported lacy bralets, wore only bras as tops, or wore no bras at all during the festival.
After Angelina Melnikova posted Instagram photos in a feminist T-shirt, the Russian Olympic Committee tweeted that she's also "pretty."
With 'I Love Dick,' Soloway eschews conventional expectations for how women should appear on screen (read: likable, sexy) to tell a story in which a woman is, in her words, "the subject, not the object."
Gloria Steinem says she spent the day protesting online.
The actor's comments about Beyoncé's music videos from 2014 resurfaced, after she responded to criticism over her own photoshoot.
British feminists have questioned Davies's suitability for the role.
So far, Trump has appointed just three women to his cabinet.
The biggest actor in Bollywood tells Newsweek why he's never done a film like "Dear Zindagi" before.