According to a report by the Women's Media Center, a non-profit organization founded by Jane Fonda, Robin Morgan and Gloria Steinem that tracks female progress in the media industry, women only directed 28.7 percent of top-grossing films in 2012 and only accounted for 23 percent of creators, 24 percent of executive producers, 38 percent of producers, 30 percent of writers, 11 percent of directors, 13 percent of editors and 2 percent of directors in photography of broadcast, cable and Netflix television shows in the 2012-2013 season.
All of these media industry leaders dictate what stories are told in the media and how exactly those stories are told.
I commented in parentheses throughout the profiles below what I thought of them and why: I gave this profile a passing grade because while it’s not great, nothing about it makes it terrible.
“I have been in the ——- area for a few years now and always looking to meet new people. I enjoy meeting new people and going to new places.
You’re probably familiar with the ‘male gaze’, a term coined in 1975 by feminist critic Laura Mulvey, and you’ve certainly come into contact with it if you’ve seen a single film, photograph or television show in your lifetime, so pervasively masculine is the point of view of most cameras. How does the depiction of a female nude change when shot by a woman, and how are these notions of ‘gaze’ changing as gender is accepted as a more permeable divider?
These themes are central to photographer Maisie Willoughby’s new exhibition , the result of her spending the last decade capturing women “in various states of undress”.
I am not sure why people go through the trouble of signing up and filling all those questionnaires and then post a profile that looks like a copy of any other neutral, boring, profile full of cliches and types.It’s a bit negative and has a few red flags but other than that – it’s not bad!“100% Italian, fun loving, affectionate young lady who knows what it takes to make a relationship work.I had to clutch the top of a nearby bench to get a hold of myself.He held a newspaper in his other hand, and combined, he had everything I ever wanted on a Monday morning.