Anyone else shuddering? Is that OK or is it not enough for female performers to disrobe? Or do they have to pretend they like it too? It was almost comical how stunned some people were that on-screen nudity was not a career high for Clarke.
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An award-winning team of journalists, designers, and videographers who tell brand stories through Fast Company's distinctive lens. Leaders who are shaping the future of business in creative ways. New workplaces, new food sources, new medicine--even an entirely new economic system. Those are just some of the distressing findings in a new report from Plan International and the Geena Davis Institute on Gender and Media. Then it surveyed the attitudes and opinions of more than 10, young women around the world to understand how these movies influence their future career choices. The Geena Davis Institute has a policy against calling out film and TV production studios for its content. Researched showed there were no women directors among the top-grossing domestic and international films surveyed. Only one in four films had at least one female producer, and only one in 10 had at least one woman on the writing staff. Men are shown in leadership roles nearly twice as often.
Warning: This post contains full-frontal male nudity and may be inappropriate for work environments. Sure, depicting a naked body can lead to objectification and sexualization as women can surely attest. But a powerful nude representation also has the power to be empowering, liberating, and, of course, beautiful. In , photographer Abigail Ekue embarked on a mission to photograph the unclothed male body in a truthful, expressive and direct manner, a style Ekue saw was lacking in the larger cultural lexicon. Her project is open to all men over 21, including trans men, regardless of race, body type, tattoos, piercings, or whatever else. From the start, it was important to Ekue that she capture the entire male form from head to toe, so the images resist becoming either too sexualized or too romanticized. She wanted a real person, desirable yet flawed, as we all are. Ekue photographs her subjects in their homes, an effort to make them feel as comfortable as possible.