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Inspirational Women's History Writer Biopics
Each March in the USA, we recognize female achievements during Women's History Month. Movie biopics are a great way to honor, educate and celebrate the contributions of great women with the star power they deserve. Bios Source: Wikipedia.com Which progressive female writer* inspires you the most, or alternatively their biopic? * Authors, Non-Fiction Writers, Novelists, Poets, Journalists, Screenwriters, Biographers, Editors, Etc. Women's History Month Companion Polls Female Leader Biopics : Female Trailblazer Biopics : Female Humanitarian Biopics : Female Sports Biopics After voting, discuss the topic here.
Who Said Women Aren't Funny? (Part 2)
In the era of Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Kate McKinnon, Wanda Sykes, and so many others, it's hard to believe that anyone would say that. There was a time, however, when many did: perhaps most famously, Jerry Lewis. The truth, though, is that there have always been funny women, from Lucille Ball to Carol Burnett and many others. To celebrate Women's History Month, which of these women most disproves the assertion that "women aren't funny?" Vote in Part 1 here. Laugh your way over here to discuss. (Inclusion criteria can also be found here.)
Favorite Cartoon Cats
Calling all cats!!! Which of these animated felines is your favorite? Meow on over here to discuss!
Songs About Friendship
Which of these movie or TV series songs about friendship is your favorite? Discuss the list here!
Most Female-Empowering Popular Girl Power Movie?
Girl power is a popular slogan that encourages and celebrates women's empowerment, independence, and confidence. Which of these well-regarded popular movies* or movie franchises driven by a strong female protagonist or female group is the most empowering story for women? *50,000+ IMDB votes and 6.5+ IMDb rated After voting, discuss the topic here.
Veiled (But Not Unvalued) Beauties
"Veiled" to be taken here in a very broad sense... Indeed, in a time where beauty relies on the "shown" and the sexy, whether for men or women, we tend to forget that many civilizations in the world had set modesty as a standard of 'beauty'. This poll doesn't intend to elevate one style or fashion above another but only tries to show that even a veil or a headscarf shouldn't necessarily be considered as the antithesis of freedom, and certainly not of a certain vision of physical attraction. Many actresses have worn a modest clothing for a specific role, one of them was "drawn" that way, and it would be a lie to say that they weren't feminine or attractive, regardless of any religious consideration. In that regard, what is your favorite picture of a TV/movie woman wearing either a headscarf or a (non-bridal) veil? After voting, you might discuss the list here
Favorite Disney Sidekick
Which of these Disney sidekicks is your favorite? Discuss the list here!
Characters Who Barely Talk
Which of these characters who barely talk is your favorite? Discuss the list here!
The Beehive State Movies
The Beehive State is the official nickname of Utah. In 1896 it became the 45th state of the United States of America. These movies have a connection with Utah. It's a topic in the story or they are (partially) filmed in Utah. Which movie (or movie poster) do you associate the most with Utah? You may discuss the poll here Click here to vote for other States of America
Female "Big Five" Oscars Double Nominees
Sofia Coppola is the only one woman to "officially" secure a rare Oscars triple by securing three out of a possible four "Big Five" acting, writing, directing and producing nominations for the same movie. However, a half dozen other women have scored an elusive Oscars double by securing two "Big Five" acting, writing, directing and producing nominations for a single film. Which of these talented women, who all have scored at least two of a possible four "Big Five" Oscar nominations in acting, writing, directing or producing for the same movie, had the biggest impact on their film? Discuss the topic here.