When male movie characters are overprotective of their daughters as they bring home a prom date, this is what they're thinking about: they know their worst male impulses and have undoubtedly seen worse from other less evolved men.
Women have never been at the forefront of global attention more than they are today. We have access to great blueprints that can show us how a woman forms her journey for success in life, whether it is in entertainment, business, or politics—and occasionally a bit of all three! On the other side of things, […]
Transgender, non-binary, and gender non-conforming people need abortion access – so how can we help? Jack Qu’emi and the All Access Coalition share why gender neutral language is important for reproductive healthcare.
This website exists today only because courageous, intelligent and daring women back in the 1970's decided to break the rules of society. They rallied together under the banner of the punk movement. Many of them are no longer with us. This page is dedicated to their memories. Because many people have written to me to suggest other people to interview and wondering how I choose the women I interview, I want to explain my criteria for inclusion in this section. They are: 1) You must be a woman or have identified as one at the time. 2) You must have been active in the L.A. punk scene before 1980. By active, I mean actively participating by frequently going to shows, taking photos, writing, being in a band, supporting the scene in some way. This section was never intended to be a "celebrities only" section. It's an oral history of the early scene from the female perspective. 3) You must be able to send me your answers via email. I don't talk on the phone. I have previously sent interviews via email to women who would seem to be obvious choices for inclusion but they have either not responded or have told me they are working on it and then they forget about it (you know who you are!) So, if you know someone who belongs in this interview series, remind them to finish up their interviews and send them in. Everyone gets the same eight questions. No space or time limitations. Since I think that women's voices have already been over-edited by others, I reserve the right to refuse to edit these women's responses. Instead, I intend to publish them in their entirety, raw and unexpurgated. LET THE WOMEN SPEAK!
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