Ladies, we’ve broken through a glass ceiling this week.
No, we haven’t closed the wage gap, but what we have achieved seemed far less attainable than equal pay.
According to a recently published study, adult female gamers have unseated boys under the age of 18 as the largest video game-playing demographic in the U.S.
I know, I didn’t know that we were vying for that title either, but we’ve done it.
In the world of advertising, attention grabbing is the name of the game, even if it isn’t always for the best reasons.
This week Nine West stepped over the line when they released their “husband hunting” ad campaign. If that’s not enough for you, it’s paired with the “first day of kindergarten” ad.
Yes, those two occasions for which you need shoes — getting a husband, and after you’ve gotten a husband.
If that last sentence made any sense to you, then you’re probably already well aware of the big news. For the rest of you, Marvel announced this week that Thor is going to be a woman.
Yes, that’s the same Thor portrayed by Chris Hemsworth in the Thor and Avengers films, and no, he’s not literally becoming a woman.
However his hammer, Mjölnir (yes, the hammer has a name), will be changing ownership. Read the rest of this entry
This weekend marked the beginning of the Atlantic hurricane season. For those living on the East and Gulf coasts of the US, that means its time to prepare for anything.
Although, it may surprise you to know that the US is actually in the middle of a hurricane drought. The last Category 3 (or higher) to make landfall in the US was a hurricane named Wilma that hit southwest Florida in October of 2005.
If you’re wondering what that makes 2012’s Hurricane Sandy, well technically it was post-tropical cyclone Sandy when it made landfall.
And according to a new out today from researchers at the University of Illinois, it Sandy’s name may have been to blame for a part of the storm’s devastation. Read the rest of this entry
Here at 2WC, we dedicate a fair amount of bandwidth to women’s issues. Our love of movies, television, and theater is quite evident.
However, even in the midst of our dorking out over, or reviewing the latest film, we like to lend our voices to the girl power conversation (…skirt the issue).
So you better believe we have more than a few thoughts on the #YesAllWomen campaign that took off on the heels of last weeks tragic shootings at UC-Santa Barbara. Read the rest of this entry