“The truth is, the ‘What Now?’ is down to you.”Back in September, Emma Watson and UN Women launched the HeForShe campaign, which addresses gender equality and urges men to stand up for women’s rights. Today, Ms. Watson announced the next step in the HeForShe movement at the World Economic Forum in Davos. Watson introduces the IMPACT 10x10x10 initiative in her speech below:
Category : LIFESTYLE
Nothing is more American than Football and Steve Rogers!For you geeks that do not follow football, the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots will face off in Super Bowl XLIX on February 1. No big deal for us geeks, right? WRONG! The Super Bowl has lead to a Marvel superhero show down, pitting Captain America against Star-Lord….THE DRAMA!
Nerd jam of 2015? This might be it, and we’re still only in January! The always interesting band, OK Go, released their rock anthem for the losers of the world that will be featured in the upcoming movie, Hot Tub Time Machine 2.
Here at AGtM we are all about fan art, especially fan art that is based off one of our favorite fandoms. Case in point, this fan made The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 clip that features a Katniss braid, bows and arrows, and a lovely and simple version of “The Hanging Tree” song. Check it out below:
Tricia and Kait chat about Outlander’s mid-season finale which aired this past Saturday, and it was a doozy. Claire kills a guy! Black Jack is scary! Frank can’t find Claire! Jamie still has no flaws!
This is literally what dreams are made of!POP! Vinyl really just wants to take all my money because after rumors and many people wishing, the toy line has announced that they will be releasing a Bob’s Burgers line.
CoverGirl is finally embracing their clientele that leans more towards the geeky side rather than the want to be a model side. Look at the out of this galaxy, Star Wars: The Force Awakens inspired makeup collection.
Dr. Andrea Letamendi, who is a clinical psychologist, who has a major love for Batman. I don’t mean that in the sense that she’s just obsessed with the character. Batman himself and his colorful world of characters, inspired Letamendi from the age of 12. She wanted to break down the characters and discover what went on in their heads. She wanted to embrace Batman’s mantras in her own life. But like many other geeks, she grew up being ostracized for her love of comics and geek culture. So she put on a mask and trudged along in her life. It wasn’t until she was a graduate student in college that her love for Batman, and comics got rekindled. And it was her career that truly allowed her to lift her own mask and realize that her “place in the universe was not to be a masked avenger, but to help people see who they truly were through the power of story.”