MOODY B*TCH MUCH?
Started in the US by Bruce Willis’ daughter Scout, Free The Nipple is an equality campaign against female oppression,
censorship and gender inequalities. Backed by a host of celebrities including Miley Cyrus, Liv Tyler and Rihanna, the campaign has now been made into a film by the same name, which addresses societal taboos
against women. This ongoing campaign in Saudi Arabia to further women’s rights
is making all the right kind of noise. After years of refusing Saudi
women the right to drive, the archaic society may just let them get behind the wheel, provided they’re above 30, wearing no makeup and driving during the day. It might not be a complete win but it’s a change nonetheless. More
power to you! Priyanka Chopra and Freida Pinto recently launched this multi-level global campaign, which includes a documentary film featuring the two
stars and seven other Bollywood actresses, to spread awareness about the importance of girls’ education. The film talks about the stories of nine amazingly strong girls around the world striving against difficult circumstances to achieve their
dreams of an education.
Julie Holland’s much-awaited Moody Bitches: The Truth About The Drugs You’re Taking, The Sleep You’re Missing, The Sex You’re Not Having, And What’s Really Making You Crazy (Harper Collins) hits shelves this April. We can’t wait to read it, and from what we hear, Oprah Winfrey is