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Catherine Scott

Catherine Scott

Catherine Scott is a British feminist journalist and author of Thinking Kink: The Collision of BDSM, Feminism and Popular Culture. She is a former Ms. magazine intern and founder of the feminist blog All That Chas. She has written for the Daily Dot, Bitch, Ms., Bookforum, the Daily Telegraph, and the BBC.

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“Ghostbusters” Stands On Its Own

“Ghostbusters” Stands On Its Own

July 21, 2016

You don't have to have seen the original to appreciate the "Ghostbusters" reboot. Seeing the new film with fresh eyes, our writer finds there is plenty for feminists to like. More »

Women’s Expertize Promoted on Both Sides of the Atlantic

Women’s Expertize Promoted on Both Sides of the Atlantic

November 23, 2012

A British journalist has launched The Women’s Room, which, like several projects in the U.S., proves that the pundit world needn’t be all male. More »

Katniss and Merida—Year of the Heroic Archer?

Katniss and Merida—Year of the Heroic Archer?

July 3, 2012

Having consulted Geena Davis, who has played her share of strong female characters, the author asks, are two successful female-driven action movies released in one year a sign of good times to come for heroic women on screen? More »

Childbirth Hollywood Style

Childbirth Hollywood Style

May 30, 2012

Okay, it's a comedy. But does the most recent pregnancy-themed film have to trivialize women by ignoring any and all real issues about giving birth? More »

Misogynistic Ads and the Oxygen of Publicity

Misogynistic Ads and the Oxygen of Publicity

May 17, 2012

Retro-sexist advertising may be presented as ironic, but it features the same, familiar images feminists rallied against decades ago, argues the author. What to do? More »