And now for something truly goddamn weird. Director Sara Newton and the geniuses of Nightpantz bring us this tale of an artiste who decided to create the most primal cinema she could – by making an insane art film using her vagina. It seems… squishy.
We could not be more juiced about this week’s official funny ladies. Vana Dabney and Deirdre Devlin (who btw totally have superhero names) are the writers and actors behind this hilarious sketch group, and they have us peeing our pants with every single video. They cover everything from the easiest way for women to get equal pay to how incredible it feels to talk shit, and they’re always dead-on. Now hurry up and watch all their sketches, then keep an eye on our Twitter and Facebook for more Honest Monster all week!
Ask us how much we love Margaret Cho. GO AHEAD ASK US. We love her so much, we just had to make a whole playlist of some of our favorite moments of Cho-ness.
She inspires us because she’s a brilliant comedian, a great actor, a badass activist, an outspoken feminist, and an important mentor for Asian-American comics and creative women. She brought conversations about mental health into the mainstream and she’s been a trailblazer all her career. Also, she’s so god-damn funny it hurts. So snuggle up and enjoy spending a lil time with Queen Margaret.
Our personal feminism is all about smashing statues of bad old men and drinking meninist tears from crystal goblets while dancing to Kate Bush songs.
But feminism is for everyone! And everyone gets to define it for themselves. This anthem from Robbie The Space Raccoon and friends is all about how anyone who likes women can feminasty it up. Also it’s appropriate for all ages in case you have a 7 year old in your life who needs a summer jam.
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US Resources for Suicide Prevention: https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/
International Resources for Suicide Prevention : http://www.suicide.org/international-suicide-hotlines.html
To watch the 'Let's Talk About Our Feels' PSAs, click here: http://www.dailymotion.com/playlist/x5lyxo
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Nutritiously Nicola includes references to eating disorders, so those in recovery may want to take care before watching. If you or a loved one is suffering from an eating disorder you can call the NEDA hotline at 1-800-931-2237 and visit their website here.
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