I interviewed From Parts Unknown: Fight Like a Girl‘s director/producer Daniel Armstrong ahead of the movie’s seven-years-in-the-making premiere last weekend. [Outback Championship Wrestling]
I also did a little write up on OCW’s newest tag team, the Loose Bastards!
And just to top off my week of wrestling writing, I’m talking about choice on Total Divas. [Bitch Flicks]
Do home invasion movies help women work through our fears of real-life in-home violence? [Bitch]
Further to that, what about Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and sexual assault survivors? [The Hairpin]
When is the right time to carry a pregnancy to term? And when is the right time to abort? [Talking Points Memo]
Bill Cosby’s infuriating arrogance allows him to get away with everything. [Role Reboot]
Is it time for Girls to separate Hannah Horvath from Lena Dunham? [Junkee]
Rappers rule Instagram (and they also post the most drug- and alcohol-related content). [Addiction-Treatment]
Feminism won the Golden Globes. [Cosmopolitan]
But diversity lost in the Oscars nominations. [Daily Life]
Further to that, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s Cosby–rape joke got it right because it skewered the (alleged) rapist and rape culture, not the victim. [Feministe]
The class politics of Gilmore Girls. [The Baffler]
Sex workers don’t need to be rescued. [Vice]
Taylor Swift’s Girlfriend Collection. [Buzzfeed]
An interview with Caitlin Stasey about her new body-positive website, Herself. com. [Daily Life]
Filmme Fatales interviewed Beyond Clueless director Charlie Lyne before they present the doco at the Rooftop Cinema on 27th January.
Janet Mock on self-care. [The Hairpin]
Nicki Minaj, Taylor Swift and Sia’s latest chart-topping albums are trading in sadness. [The Village Voice]
The story of V: abbreviating “very”. [The Atlantic]
Image via Strongman Pictures.