(1 of 9) How Women Are Portrayed on Screen in the Top 500 Films  1. 30.8% of speaking characters are women. 2. 28.8% of women wore sexually revealing clothes, as opposed to 7.0% of men. 3. 26.2$ of women actors get partially naked, while 9.4% of men do. 4. 10.7% of movies featured a balanced cast where half of the characters are female... [click on this image to find a short video and analysis of sexual objectification in the media] Sources on slide 9.

(1 of 9) How Women Are Portrayed on Screen in the Top 500 Films 1. 30.8% of speaking characters are women. 2. 28.8% of women wore sexually revealing clothes, as opposed to 7.0% of men. 3. 26.2$ of women actors get partially naked, while 9.4% of men do. 4. 10.7% of movies featured a balanced cast where half of the characters are female... [click on this image to find a short video and analysis of sexual objectification in the media] Sources on slide 9.

An Open Letter: Why is What's in My Pants so Interesting?

An Open Letter: Why is What's in My Pants so Interesting?

A Toronto professor is the latest to be shamed for refusing to capitulate to "trendgenderism"

I've been telling people this for so long but the dissonance is strong and they're like "that doesn't count" like um sweaty,,, it very much does

I've been telling people this for so long but the dissonance is strong and they're like "that doesn't count" like um sweaty,,, it very much does

Clarifying what gender is and what it is not--every single item on the left is false or misleading, while the ones on the right are true if you delete all the "nots".

Clarifying what gender is and what it is not--every single item on the left is false or misleading, while the ones on the right are true if you delete all the "nots".

This Teacher Taught His Class A Powerful Lesson About Privilege - a lesson all kids should learn!!!

This Teacher Taught His Class A Powerful Lesson About Privilege

This Teacher Taught His Class A Powerful Lesson About Privilege - a lesson all kids should learn!!!

The Center for Women’s & Gender Studies at the University of Texas at Austin fosters academic research, teaching, advocacy, and community partnerships in support of ending gender discrimination.

The Center for Women’s & Gender Studies at the University of Texas at Austin fosters academic research, teaching, advocacy, and community partnerships in support of ending gender discrimination.

The Pool | News & Views - These illustrations brilliantly summarise the…

The Pool | News & Views - These illustrations brilliantly summarise the…

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