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Netflix Now: The Mask You Live In

Writer, director, and activist Jennifer Siebel Newsom's latest documentary, The Mask You Live In, hits Netflix today, and it's worth a look for anyone who's interested in the flip side of sexism. The Mask You Live In examines the destructive effects of how we define and regulate ideas of masculinity in the US, and its…

Gavin Newsom Announces Arrival Of Fourth Child (!)

Following God's law that all beautiful people must procreate as often as humanely possible, Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newson and his wife, thespian filmmaker/SFist commenter Jennifer Siebel Newsom have produced their fourth offspring. [ more › ]

What Does a Woman Filmmaker Know About Masculinity? A Whole Lot, Actually.

An interview with Jennifer Siebel Newsom, who created Miss Representation, and then turned her lens on what's happening to boys and men with The Mask You Live In. The post What Does a Woman Filmmaker Know About Masculinity? A Whole Lot, Actually. appeared first on The Good Men Project.

The State of Masculinity in America and the One Film Every Man Must See

This week I had the great privilege of attending a screening of Jennifer Siebel Newsom's latest film, The Mask You Live In, which embarks on a powerful exploration of the truth and consequences associated with modern masculinity in America. Show More Summary

Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom and Jennifer Siebel Newsom Take a Strong Stand Against Jim Harbaugh over 49er Ray McDonald

TweetWell here it is, for Roman Catholic Jim “Due Process” Harbaugh, who’s just six or so years off of probation himself, on the subject of Ray McDonald: “‘…zero tolerance’ are empty words…” Yesterday’s press release: News release Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom and Jennifer Siebel Newsom, filmmaker, and the founder and CEO of The Representation Project, joint statement […]

'The Mask You Live In': Are We Failing America's Boys?

Fri January 10, 2014 'The Mask You Live In': Are We Failing America's Boys? Gender stereotypes can be dangerous. Jennifer Siebel Newsom and the Miss Representation Project, are back with another film the explores gender narratives. The upcoming documentary, "The Mask You Live In"  challenges the potentially damaging ideas about masculinity that are fed to boys and men. Watch!

‘The Mask You Live In’ Does For Boys What ‘Miss Representation’ Did For Girls

"The three most destructive words that every man receives when he's a boy is when he's told to 'be a man.'" So starts the trailer for the new project by Jennifer Siebel Newsom, the mind behind the film Miss Representation. More » ‘The Mask You Live In’ Does For Boys What ‘Miss Representation’ Did For Girls is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.

New Documentary Aims to Explore Masculinity in America

Jennifer Siebel Newsome’s new film, “The Mask You Live In,” explores the effects of a culture where men are not allowed to express or even experience the full range of their own emotions.    From the writer-director-producer of Miss Representation comes a new Kickstarter documentary to explore the gender stereotypes of masculinity in the United [...]

Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

Not going to lie, I teared up a little bit – in sadness, in relief – watching the trailer for Jennifer Siebel Newsom’s new documentary about masculinity. If ever was there an argument to vote in every election, let Fairfax, Virginia’s City Council attempt to create a zoning ordinance to block operations of abortion clinics [...]

New Documentary Explores the Pressures of Male Gender Stereotypes

The terrifyingly intelligent and beautiful Jennifer Siebel Newsom has launched a project (on Kickstarter, duh) to fund her documentary about the pressures of masculinity on boys today. The film, titled "The Mask You Live In," examines...Show More Summary

The Mystery of This UberX Taxi Ad Chalked onto a Market Street Sidewalk

Tweet“If people did research into the scandal … the woman is the culprit.” That bon mon came from so-called “girl-power” girl jennifer Siebel back in the day. But it applies these days too, ’cause UberX sent a woman to sullie our sidewalks with unpermitted advertising art just yesterday. As seen on Market betwixt 2nd and [...]

Jennifer Siebel Newsom: How Corporations Dropped the Ball on the #FBrape Campaign

While we should applaud Facebook's decision to publicly stand up to violence against women, one has to wonder: why did it take them so long to recognize this problem?

Jennifer Siebel Newsom: The Problem With Victoria's Secret's Marketing

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It's not that thongs meant for young women emblazoned with phrases like "Call Me" and "Feeling Lucky?" are entirely shocking coming from Victoria's Secret, but more that they insisted on comparing our young daughters to objects and things in order to sell them this lingerie.

Jennifer Siebel Newsom: The Problem With Victoria's Secret's Marketing

It's not that thongs meant for young women emblazoned with phrases like "Call Me" and "Feeling Lucky?" are entirely shocking coming from Victoria's Secret, but more that they insisted on comparing our young daughters to objects and things in order to sell them this lingerie.

Jennifer Siebel Newsom: Let's Move the Lean In Debate Forward

The systemic gender inequality in America isn't just holding women back -- it's holding us all back from experiencing a more inclusive, prosperous and peaceful way of life.

California’s second lady: Games need to ‘think bigger’ about portrayals of women

At the Games Developer Conference, Jennifer Siebel Newsom implored game developers to feature strong women in their games rather than highly sexualized figures.

Wednesday Blogaround

This blogaround brought to you by me. Because. Adaobi: African Women to Watch in 2013. Because you can nominate African women who are making a difference in the world! Carla: Jennifer Siebel Newsom’s Oscar-nominated “Invisible War” Has Done “more than Congress” to Address Military Rape Epidemic, Lawmaker Says. Show More Summary

Jennifer Siebel Newsom: Hollywood Pipeline: Still a Pipe Dream for Women?

Once again this year the nominees for many of the most coveted behind-the-scenes Oscars (best director, original screenplay, editor, and cinematographer) are exclusively male.

Jennifer Siebel Newsom: American Football Culture and Sexual Violence

As we look back on the event for glorifying this most "manly" of sports in America -- the Super Bowl -- it's time to step back and take a look at what our national football obsession could be doing to our collective psyche.

Jennifer Siebel Newsom: Challenging Sexism and Violence in Super Bowl Commercials

Advertisers will do anything to make sure their commercials are the most talked about on Monday morning, which means sex, violence, and a general disregard for the millions of kids watching with their families.

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