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Time to End the “Good-Girl Curse” with Better Pop Culture Products

From animation to soap operas, pop culture has brainwashed girls for ages with the good girl vs bad girl narrative.

by Aya Prita Belia July 24, 2019
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#Fempop: Empowering Women through Pop Culture

Cultural practitioners from mostly Asian countries shared their experience on marrying pop culture with activism at Fempop Night.

by Shafira Amalia February 19, 2019
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On the Post-Natal Joys of Anggun's "Elevation" A Decade Later

Anggun's post-natal album Elevation still takes you to the higher ground today as it did when it was first released 10 years ago.

by Fajar Zakhri December 21, 2018
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Why More Men Are Wearing Makeup Than Ever Before

Male makeup is set to be the next big beauty trend, but what impact will this have on men's self-esteem?

by Glen Jankowski August 7, 2018
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French TV Series Gives a Glimpse of Second Wave Feminism in the Country

An episode of the 2015 spy series "Au Service de la France" looks into the state of women in the 1960s.

by Lathifah Indah August 2, 2018
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Website Provides Information on How to Stay Safe Online for Women Activists

Berlin-based XYZ provides information and toolkits on how women can safely navigate their digital security while doing online activism.

by Ayunda Nurvitasari July 2, 2018
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Mixed Feelings 03: Fable

Check out the works of five young Indonesian illustrators who make up the latest batch of artists in the Atreyu Moniaga Project.

by Camely Arta April 12, 2018
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When a K-Pop Star's Death Opens Up a Can of Worms

When a k-pop star's death unintentionally opened the can of worms.

by Emme Rue d'od February 13, 2018
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Museum MACAN, Indonesia's First Modern and Contemporary Art Museum

Indonesia's first modern and contemporary art museum has opened in Jakarta to the delight of art enthusiasts.

by Camely Arta November 9, 2017
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Teaching Little Girls to Lead

The more the girls identified with "princess culture", the more they exhibited patterns of behavior that corresponded to female stereotypes.

by Virginia García Beaudoux November 7, 2017