Whoever makes the add campaigns for Elle MacPherson Intimates consistently chooses themes of stalking, voyeurism, & violence against women. It’s (insert word(s) expressing anger/disapproval of your choice here)!

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*Apologizes to anyone who is triggered by the image. If it’s too much after being made lighter and covered with words, it’s too much to be displayed in an advertisement.

Bill Moyers has won countless Emmy Awards, Peabody Awards, and more for his hard-hitting journalism and commentary, mostly via documentaries and commentary on PBS. No stranger to tackling the hard questions before us, he dropped by “The Colbert Report” to talk about our disappearing middle class and the dismantling of the Voting Rights Act.

Watch Colbert interview Moyers here:


“So you think you will dance? Sometimes things are not what they seem. Men, women and children are trafficked - tricked, forced and exploited in the sex industry. Awareness campaign created by Duval Guillaume Modem and produced by monodot in support of STOP THE TRAFFIK. Visit http://www.stopthetraffik.org/

Watch the video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-a8dAHDQoo


600,000-800,000 men, women and children are trafficked across international borders each year. Approximately 80 per cent are women and girls. Up to 50% are minors.

There’s a new female superhero protecting the world – the first for Pakistan: the Burka Avenger! The star of an upcoming cartoon series is a teacher who uses her alter ego, the Burka Avenger, to fight bad guys trying to shut down schools and keep girls from getting an education. The show also addresses themes such as protecting the environment and not discriminating against others – all in a kid-oriented action and humor-filled cartoon. 

The Burka Avenger is the brainchild of Aaron Haroon Rashid, a Pakistan pop star, who wanted to create a positive role model to counter the Taliban’s ongoing opposition to girls’ education. In explaining the choice of the burka, which the teacher, Jiya, only wears in superhero mode, Rashid explained, “It’s not a sign of oppression. She is using the burka to hide her identity like other superheroes. Since she is a woman, we could have dressed her up like Catwoman or Wonder Woman, but that probably wouldn’t have worked in Pakistan.”

To learn more, visit the Burka Avenger site athttp://www.burkaavenger.com/

For books for children and teens that explore the challenge of girls’ access to education in many parts of the world, visit our post on “Mighty Girl Books on Children’s Fight for Education” athttp://www.amightygirl.com/blog/?p=4057

And, if you love superheroes, you’ll find books, toys, and t-shirts featuring female superheroes of all sorts in our “Superhero Collection” at http://www.amightygirl.com/character-collection/superhero-characters