This is an oldie but a goodie (and is currently streaming on Netflix, so you can watch the whole series! Ally Mc Beal was a revolutionary show because it showed an extremely smart, independent woman who was a dynamo in the courtroom but a mess when it came to her love life. Some said, like the editors at in a 1998 cover, that the show marked the end of feminism because of Ally’s obsession with finding a man and her short hemlines. the first network show to feature an African-American woman as the main character in 40 years, but it is a great show about a driven career woman.
I think under some layers of crazy (Ally had recurring hallucinations and worked with quite a cast of characters), it actually showed a very real woman who just wanted to have it all. Kerry Washington plays Olivia Pope, a White House Communications Director leaving to start her own crisis management firm only to discover she hasn’t left the past behind (like her affair with the President of the United States! The show is great because Pope is a very powerful woman, but she does it without being known as a total word-that-rhymes-with-witch.
[She represents] a new moment for our culture.” Plus, her wardrobe is to die for!
“The most exciting, challenging, and significant relationship of all is the one you have with yourself.
The child, from Rohtak, Haryana state, is around five months pregnant and is expected to give birth in another four months.
But there are a few films where women get to kick ass, either literally (hello, Lara Croft and Lisbeth Salander) or figuratively (in their careers or alone in the woods), or just make us laugh ’til we cry (Kristen Wiig in pretty much anything).
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From lawyers to writers to spin doctors in trench coats, some of the most important female characters in pop culture have graced the small screen.
I could have made it work; he really fit the bill, you know.
White collar, six-foot one, college grad, loves dogs, likes funny movies, brown hair, kind eyes, works in finance, but is outdoorsy. Anyway, you ended up disappointing me more than any of the other silly girls.” —Miranda Priestly, or D Wears P, as I like to call it, is an amazing film exploring all the dynamics of women in the workplace, especially the scary ones.