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Gloria Steinem supports Amber Heard in open letter after she lost trial against Johnny Depp
Political activist Gloria Steinem has shown her support for Amber Heard via an open letter condemning 'public shaming' in the wake of the star's $100m defamation trial loss against ex-husband Johnny Depp.Feminist Steinem, 88, joined a host of intimate partner violence organizations including the National Organization for Women, the National Women’s Law Center, and the Women’s March Foundation in signing the letter published on Wednesday.Exes Heard and Depp - who tied the knot in 2015, and were married for one year before Heard filed for divorce in 2016 - battled it out in court to determine if a 2018 Washington Post essay written by Heard, in which she accused the actor of domestic abuse, defamed Depp.After a months-long trial, Heard lost her case in June, with Steinem and other organizations blasting social media for mocking the star's 'allegations of domestic violence and sexual assault for entertainment.' Support: Political activist Gloria Steinem has shown her support for Amber Heard via an open letter condemning 'public shaming' in the wake of the star's $100m defamation trial loss against ex-husband Johnny Depp  (Heard picrtured June 2022)The letter read: 'Five months ago, the verdict in the defamation trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard deeply concerned many professionals in the fields of intimate partner and sexual violence...  'The vilification of Ms. Heard and ongoing online harassment of her and those who have voiced support for her have been unprecedented in both vitriol and scale.
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Hillary and Chelsea Clinton’s ‘Gutsy’ Fails to Live Up to Its Name: TV Review
Caroline Framke Chief TV Critic In the months after Donald Trump became president and a flush of liberal rage manifested in impassioned Women’s Marches across the country, Hillary Clinton took a sizeable step back from public life. Having been a flashpoint of both controversy and sympathy for her entire adult life, Clinton found herself having to forge a new kind of identity — one that wouldn’t be tied to any kind of political office, but could still use support from those Democrats whose first reaction to Trump’s inauguration was to crochet pink “pussyhats” and march as a unified pink wave of righteous fury. “Gutsy,” Clinton’s new and self-consciously #feminist show produced with her daughter, Chelsea, helps the former candidate do exactly that, tapping everyone from Gloria Steinem to Megan Thee Stallion to explore what it means to be a “gutsy” woman. But watching the show’s eight curated episodes, all of which premiere September 9 on Apple TV+, feels like stepping back in feminism to Clinton’s campaign selling “NASTY WOMAN” T-shirts or Women’s March protesters lifting “IF HILLARY HAD BEEN ELECTED, WE’D BE AT BRUNCH RIGHT NOW” signs. Even with titles like “Gutsy Women Refuse Hate” and “Gutsy Women Have Rebel Hearts,” “Gutsy” bears the appearance of taking on The Hard Questions without doing much to move its conversations forward. Determined to find a silver lining in every cloud, and less furious with the world than annoyed at being misconceived, the Clintons spend much of their time in this series seeking out people who feel the same rather than challenging their own worldviews — or their likely viewers’ — at all.
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Hillary Clinton and Kim Kardashian's new show is a must see
WATCH: Hillary Clinton chats with Kim Kardashian on GutsyAs part of the upcoming AppleTV+ series, Gutsy, the former Secretary of State and her daughter Chelsea Clinton will travel across the United States to interview pioneering celebrities and "celebrate the gutsy women who inspire them".Kim discusses her prison reform efforts.Based on the mother-daughter duo's novel, The Book of Gutsy Women, the series will show Hillary and Chelsea interviewing actress Goldie Hawn and her daughter Kate Hudson, comedian Amy Schumer, rapper Megan Thee Stallion and journalist Gloria Steinem.But undoubtedly the pair's most highly-anticipated guest is Kim Kardashian, who appears on the series to discuss her prison reform efforts. "To throw someone's life away when people really do make changes, I just believe in second chances," Kim says in a preview for the show, which premiers on September 9.Hillary and her daughter Chelsea interview pioneering women in their new series.In the episode, Kim, who is currently in law school studying for the bar exam, faced off against former lawyer Hillary in a general legal knowledge quiz. "I think Kim has an unfair advantage," Hillary said in the preview clip, to which quizmaster Chelsea added: "Kim has studied more recently than you."The mother-daughter duo were impressed by the reality star's knowledge, and said they enjoyed getting to know her on an intellectual level."She worked so hard [on the bar exam] and persevered," Hillary said.Hillary and Kim bonded during their sit-down interview."We didn't interview her about fashion, her many lines of commerce, her personal life.
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Brad Pitt Premieres ‘Bullet Train,’ ‘House of the Dragon’ at the Academy Museum and Louis Vuitton Trunks: Must Attend Calendar Listings July 27 – Aug. 2
Marc Malkin Senior Film Awards, Events & Lifestyle EditorJuly 27, WednesdayBillie Eilish, Debbie Harry, Brian Stokes Mitchell and Seth MacFarlane perform during the Count Basie Orchestra tribute to Peggy Lee and Frank Sinatra.Hollywood Bowl, Los AngelesNickelodeon screens “Are You Afraid of the Dark? GhostIsland” with stars Telci Huynh, Luca Padovan, Chance Hurstfield and Julian Curtis and showrunner JT Billings.The London West HollywoodPaddy Considine, Matt Smith, Olivia Cooke, Emma D’Arcy, Rhys Ifans, Steve Toussaint and Eve Best attend the premiere of HBO’s “Game of Thrones” prequel series “House of the Dragon.”Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, Los AngelesJerry Mathers, Anson Williams, Erin Murphy, Dee Wallace, Leonard Maltin and original “Our Gang” cast member Sidney Kibrick attend the VIP preview of the “Our Gang” 100th anniversary exhibit. The Hollywood Museum, Hollywood July 28, Thursday Louis Vuitton opens “220 Trunks, 200 Visionaries,” an exhibit of 200 trunks designed by Gloria Steinem, Frank Gehry, Alex Israel and more.Louis Vuitton Beverly Hills, 468 N.
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A new comic book about the life of Stevie Nicks has been published
Fleetwood Mac’s Stevie Nicks has been published.Yesterday (July 26), TodalWave Comics announced that it was adding Nicks to its ‘Female Focus’ comic book series, which focusses on women who have made an impact in the world.Female Force: Stevie Nicks is a 22-page comic book that details the life and career of Nicks by author Michael Frizell and artist Ramon Salas.The book is available in print and digital formats and you can see the cover here:A post shared by TidalWave Productions (@tidalwaveprod)Author Frizell said in a press statement: “There’s a popular meme that talks about how Taylor Swift writes sad songs about her exes, but Stevie Nicks makes her exes sing songs she wrote about them explaining how horrible they are, and every time I see it, I laugh.“Stevie’s fearlessness makes her a rock legend and explains her staying power and popularity.”Previous ‘Female Force’ titles have profiled Dolly Parton, Donna Summer, Tina Turner, Betty White, Michelle Obama, Barbra Streisand, Cher and Gloria Steinem.Earlier this week, Nicks announced the remaining dates for her 2022 US tour. Check out the full dates below and buy tickets here.Stevie Nicks US tour 2022SEPTEMBERFriday 02-Sunday 04 – Snowmass, CO – JAS Aspen SnowmassThursday 08 – Highland Park, IL – Ravinia FestivalSaturday 10 – Highland Park, IL – Ravinia FestivalTuesday 13 – Clarkston, MI – Pine Knob Music TheatreSaturday 17 – Asbury Park, NJ – Sea.Hear.Now FestivalMonday 19 – Mansfield, MA – Xfinity CenterThursday 22 – Bangor, ME – Maine Savings AmphitheatreSaturday 24 – Bridgeport, CT – Sound on Sound FestivalFriday 30 – Dana Point, CA – Ohana FestivalOCTOBERMonday 03 – Los Angeles, CA – Hollywood BowlThursday 06 – Phoenix, AZ – Ak-Chin PavilionSunday 09 – The
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Meghan Markle's take on US abortion rule will leave 'Netflix pulling their hair out'
Meghan Markle’s interview with American feminist activist Gloria Steinem and journalist Jessica Yellin will “leave Netflix and Spotify pulling their hair out," according to a royal commentator.The Duchess of Sussex spoke to the women for Vogue magazine and discussed the US abortion ruling.However, royal commentator Kinsey Schofield has noted that fans have been waiting for an update on Meghan and Harry’s deals with Netflix and Spotify.READ MORE: Charles 'thrilled' to see Meghan and 'emotional' at first meeting with LilibetThe commentator tweeted: “The entire world has been waiting for this woman to drop a podcast that promises to ‘dissect, explore and subvert the labels that try to hold women back’ and she took this conversation to Vogue?”She said that if she were Spotify or Netflix, she “would be pulling her hair out”.During the interview, Meghan spoke out against the US Supreme Court which ended “constitutional protections for abortion” that have been in place “for nearly 50 years”.It was overturned by the Roe v Wade ruling last week.Meghan admitted that she and Harry had a “guttural” reaction to the move and claimed that it showed women that they “don’t matter”.The former Suits actress said: “Women are already sharing stories of how their physical safety is being put in danger.
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