Twenty years have passed since the death of Ana Orantes. Twenty years in which Spain has evolved both politically and socially and gender violence has become a social problem with its own legislation. I met her in a Corpus is much more than a sound document, a retrospective or a narration of the history of the woman who marked a before and after in the macho violence in the history of a country.
The Superior Court of Navarra confirms the sentence of 9 years in prison to La Manada for sexual abuse
The Superior Court of Navarra has announced today that it will maintain the sentence of nine years in prison for a continued crime of sexual abuse with prevalidity to the members of La Manada, who have been provisionally released since June 23. This ruling includes a particular vote of two magistrates, which asks that they be convicted of sexual assault, that is, violation when they appreciate the existence of intimidation and that a penalty of 14 years, three months and one day in prison be imposed.
Leticia Dolera explains her version of what happened with the dismissal of a pregnant actress long and hard
It has been two weeks since the news broke that Leticia Dolera had decided not to count on actress Aina Clotet for the series she directs for being pregnant. This was especially striking because Dolera has stood in recent years as a champion of feminism in Spanish cinema and because Let yourself go, the series that prepares for Movistar +, tells the story of three women who skip all conventions and take the reins of their life .
Paula Bonet: "We are full of romantic love that we have etched on fire and we cannot escape the contradictions"
Valenciana by birth, her work has traveled as much as she. She is a polyhedral artist who paints, writes, practices street art and teaches in her workshop "The Burrow". She is a feminist by right and by duty, and wants to break the silence with her art. That is why "Rodents: pregnant body without embryo" was born, his latest work that involves a song of freedom, love and women, and that breaks the existing taboo with spontaneous abortion.
The "Who is who" to claim the achievements of women that this Christmas you can buy or manufacture yourself
This Christmas, to Who is who, Hasbro's mythical board game, a clone has come out. Her name is Who's She (who is she) and the person in charge is Zuzia Kozerska-Girard, a mother and Polish illustrator who has turned the board so that children know the female figures that have stood out throughout history in fields like science, art, philosophy or activism.
I don't know about you, but besides being human, I am a feminist. That is how I have always considered myself, especially in recent years. One gets older, sees things clearer, has had more time to experiment, stops doing things because they are a fashion and reflects. So yes, I have never been more sure that I am a feminist.
La femme fatale has always been much more than a woman. It exists from the beginning of the story, but it was the cinema that revealed it. It is an icon, a representation of sexual desire, sensuality and even the power that emanates from seduction. La femme fatale is irresistible and dangerous but also feminist?
Feminism is not limited to demonstrations on women's day, changes in laws or awareness in the streets. Feminism is also art, and these illustrators want to demonstrate it in their social networks and with their works. His drawings ooze freedom of expression, body positive and equality, and represent a movement that has been standing for years and today is more alive than ever: feminism.
The United States has experienced a historic moment for women in the last elections to the Senate and Congress. Not only has the female presence in the House of Representatives increased, but many of the women have made history because of their race, sexual orientation or age, such as Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the youngest congresswoman in the US with 29 years .
"More stories have to be told from a female perspective." This is how Nieves Maroto, co-founder of CIMA concluded his speech at the round table of the Women of Cinesa Cycle. The role of women in the film industry remains in many cases forgotten, and the wage gap is more than an issue on which to tiptoe, but how to solve a problem that has been in the film industry for years?
Two years ago a new painting was installed in the halls of the Sterling Memorial Library, the Yale University library. And the portrait could not be more important. The artist Brenda Zlamany captured the first seven women who obtained a doctorate from Yale University. Cornelia HB Rogers, Sara Bulkley Rogers, Margaretta Palmer, Mary Augusta Scott, Laura Johnson Wylie, Charlotte Fitch Roberts and Elizabeth Deering Hanscom, doctorate in 1894, two years after Yale first opened its doors to women who wanted a Postgraduate degree.
We talked with psychologists about the story of 'Pepa and Pepe', the fable about gender violence for young people
Carmen Ruiz Repullo is YouTube's latest viral sensation. It is all due to the story of 'Pepa and Pepe', a fable with which he wants to help us get to know gender violence in depth. This seeks to raise awareness among young people (and not so young) that there is more sexist violence in addition to physical and sexual aggressions.
As they say in these cases, they are not all they are but they are all they are. Many doctors, researchers and managers work every day to make treatments and the fight against cancer more and more effective, to obtain resources for research and to contribute to this disease that affects 26.
If the body-positive movement has become large, it is thanks to the Internet. Women with big nose, freckles and plus-size boast their unique beauty. And they have so much pull that some speak until the end of the canon of beauty as we knew it. That's right? Within the same social networks in which the body-positive finds its perfect ecosystem, we also find samples of perfect beauty, fueled by Photoshop itself.
Since Keira Knightley gave birth in 2015, it has departed quite a bit from the public focus. But the actress has continued giving what to speak in her feminist facet, denouncing the injustices whenever she has been able. Now he has done it again, "criticizing the impossible stereotypes of childbirth" and raising the controversy by directly pointing to Kate Middleton as one of those responsible for this "unreal and misrepresentation of motherhood."
The stories of his past have built our future. This is how Netflix describes the documentary Portraits of Feminism, which will premiere on October 12. An original documentary by the chain, which examines the feminist movement of the 70s through a collection of portraits of women made by photographer Cynthia MacAdams.
The # MeToo movement continues to make its own in American politics. This time with Brett Kavanaugh, Trump's candidate for the Supreme Court accused of sexual assault by several women. A decision that has raised controversy in Washington, with feminist demonstrations. Not even celebrities like Emily Ratajkowski or Amy Schumer have wanted to stop protesting, being arrested by the police during the act.
We will explain how the discovery of the first Nobel Prize in Women's Physics in 55 years will help us
She is Donna Strickland, a Canadian physicist who has won the Nobel Prize in Physics in the footsteps of 1903 and Maria Goeppert-Mayer in 1963. The prestigious scientist shares an award with the American Arthur Ashkin and the Frenchman Gérard Mourou for his "innovative research in the field of laser physics".
We usually keep the perfect image of celebrities when they are on the red carpet, but this weekend, Dakota Johnson did something quite exciting and much more transcendent: he offered all his support to women who have suffered some kind of sexual assault or harassment . To do this, he gave his phone number so that anyone can call and share his story.
Emma Watson is not just an elegant woman, the best Hermione that Harry Potter fans could imagine and an actress with a wonderful career ahead. She is also a feminist, UN ambassador and a woman who inspires new generations. And now, he has become a voice in favor of abortion thanks to the open letter to Savita Halappanavar that he has published in Porter magazine.
The winners of the 66th San Sebastian Film Festival have finally been revealed and among the awards there are also numerous directors who have received recognition for their excellent work, demonstrating that there is a future for women who make films. We reviewed the winners in women's code, starting with Pia Tjelta, Silver Shell for best actress for her role in Blind Spot.