My (mostly sarcastic) wish was that there would be an end to Taylor Swift think pieces for the Holiday season. However, her presence on the Time cover has caused a backlash, a response to that backlash, and a continuous discussion as to if she "deserves" to be on the cover. Because of course it did.Read More
This year, women like Ashely Judd bravely spoke out against prominent men like Harvey Weinstein and started a movement that emboldened and inspired others to speak out against their respective Weinsteins.Read More
Here's who TIME found influential this year, for better or for worse.Read More
After Trump tweeted that he "took a pass" on TIME's Person of the Year honor, everyone on Twitter got to mocking him.Read More
Time Magazine's latest project shines a spotlight on 46 remarkable, contemporary women who've achieved greatness and some astonishing firsts.Read More
Actor and producer Priyanka Chopra is one of Time's 100 Most Influential People. In a video, she talks about being made fun of as a child, how the female-led 2008 film Fashion changed her, Quantico, and the importance of representation.Read More
Yesterday, after Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa's Twitter feud, Amber Rose fired off a clapback at West that echoed throughout all of space and time. If you listen really carefully, you can still hear it. But Rose's momentum hasn't stopped yet.Read More
TIME recently announced that Angela Merkel is their Person of the Year. She's the first woman to win the award in almost 30 years.Read More
In a recent interview with Time Magazine, Carrie Fisher talks about the transformation of her iconic character, Leia Organa, from princess to general in The Force AwakensRead More
What a TIME to be alive!
TIME's annual "100 Most Influential People" list was released last week, and last night many of the world's tastemakers converged on New York's Lincoln Center for a night of performances, speeches, and rubbing shoulders with other influential bad-asses.Read More
TIME is all about Anita Sarkeesian: only months after being named one of TIME's "30 Most Influential People on the Internet," the feminist gaming critic has also made the magazine's annual "100 Most Influential People" feature.Read More
TIME Names Anita Sarkeesian, Beyonce, J.K. Rowling and Other BAMFs the “30 Most Influential People on the Internet”
A series of important tubes.
TIME may not be down with Internet slang, but it did recently acknowledge a diverse and international group of people that are changing our world online and IRL as part of its "30 Most Influential People on the Internet" list.Read More
What about for 'feminism,' TIME? SAY THE WORD. SAY IT.
Yes, that TIME.Read More
She also brought up Gamergate.
Anna Kendrick shoots straight on Time Magazine's worst word poll debacle, Gamergate, and celebrity photo hacking.Read More
Huh. This oughta be good.
So remember earlier this week when Time Magazine ran a poll of the most annoying words that should be banned next year, and the word "feminist" was on it? Yeah. They're real sorry about that.Read More
Commencing eyeroll sequence...
Shhh... Listen. That's the sound of our abject surprise. Yes, it's supposed to sound like nothing, because it doesn't exist.Read More
How about "print media?"
Yes, today was the day that Time Magazine went on record as wanting to shove chopsticks in their ears whenever somebody says the word "feminist."Read More
It Goes Ding When There's Stuff
Time's Person of the Year this year is officially "The Protester." I can see what they're getting at, but it does seem like something of a cop-out, right? I mean, "The Protester" is more like a Type-of-Person of the Year, or maybe the Class-Loadout of the Year. Besides that, Steve Jobs sure did spend a giant portion of the year dominating headlines. Of course, he might not have been a great person exactly, but that is up for debate. Also, let me remind you that Hitler (yes, that Hitler) was once Time's Person of the Year, and Stalin was twice. They aren't all heroes. On that note, as lame as "The Protester" might feel, there are way, way lamer ones in the past. Let's take a look, shall we?Read More