Did you get Showtime for TWIN PEAKS? Here are 30 films directed by women that you can watch while you have the service.
  • Apartment Troubles (dir. Jennifer Prediger, Jess Weixler)
  • Compared to What: The Improbable Journey of Barney Frank (dir. Sheila Canavan, Michael Chandler)
  • Cut In Half (dir. Susan Seidelman)
  • Ginger & Rosa (dir. Sally Potter)
  • Helicopter Mom (dir. Salomé Breziner)
  • The Hunters (dir. Nisha Ganatra)
  • In a Perfect World (dir. Daphne McWilliams)
  • In My Father’s House (dir. Ricki Stern)
  • Jackson (dir. Maisie Crow)
  • Jesus’ Son (dir. Alison Maclean)
  • L Word Mississippi: Hate The Sin (dir. Lauren Lazin)
  • The Last Keepers (dir. Maggie Greenwald)
  • Love The Coopers (dir. Jessie Nelson)
  • Lucky Numbers (dir. Nora Ephron)
  • Meru (dir. Jimmy Chin, Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi)
  • Play It Forward (dir. Andrea Blaugrund Nevins)
  • Prophet’s Prey (dir. Amy Berg)
  • Richard Pryor: Omit the Logic (dir. Marina Zenovich)
  • Sleeping with Other People (dir. Leslye Headland)
  • Song One (dir. Kate Barker-Froyland)
  • Speak (dir. Jessica Sharzer)
  • Spring Broke (dir. Alison Ellwood)
  • Stander (dir. Bronwen Hughes)
  • Street Dance Family (dir. Debbie Shuter, Adam Tysoe)
  • Tiny Furniture (dir. Lena Dunham)
  • Walking on Sunshine (dir. Max Giwa, Dania Pasquini)
  • Walter (dir. Anna Mastro)
  • What Women Want (dir. Nancy Meyers)
  • Weiner (dir. Josh Kriegman, Elyse Steinberg)
  • Wish You Well (dir. Darnell Martin)
Afghan women break ground with TV station launch
A new TV channel dedicated to women is set to begin broadcasting in Afghanistan, the first of its kind in a country whose media industry, like many areas of society, remains dominated by men.

“Zan TV (“Women’s TV”) launches on Sunday with a staff of all female presenters and producers, following a high-profile marketing campaign on billboards in Kabul and on social media.

Female newsreaders appear regularly on many Afghan channels, but an entire station for women is a novelty. Its arrival highlights the fact that behind the daily stories of violence, change is taking place in Afghanistan, even if it is often slow and patchy.

“I am so happy that this TV station has been created for women because there are women in our society who are not aware of their rights,” said 20-year-old Khatira Ahmadi, a producer at the station.

“So this station represents women and we work to raise the voice of women so they can defend their rights,” she said.”

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Training Wheels. Dean Winchester.

Request:  Can you do a Dean x reader smut based on the song “Training Wheels” by Melanie Martinez? Love you♥️

Triggers: Smut. Angst. Mark of Cain Dean.

Word Count: 1084

You gulped as you watched Dean’s knee bounce anxiously in the chair. He was on edge, eyeing the box with the First Blade. You licked your lips and got up, grabbing it and walking off. “Whoa, Y/N,” He said, getting up. “What are you–”

“I’m gonna put this up,” You said, meeting his gaze. Dean blinked as he watched you. “Dean, it’s making you antsy. So I’m gonna put this back where Sam left it.”

“It’s not making me anything,” Dean defended, hands up. “I’m fine.” You gave him a leveling stare before walking off. He sighed and sat back down, jutting his jaw

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Quiet; Part Four

Fandom: WWE

Pairing: Baron Corbin/Female Reader

Rating: Holy shit M.

AN: Thirst Party Saturday! We embark on a voyage to last year’s Wrestlemania, hope you all have your tickets! Tagging Bossa Nova @toxiicpop, Riot Squad @oraclegazes, Big Gun @hardcorewwetrash and of course, Wolf Expert @writergrrrl29.


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