“I Was A Teenage Feminist” film screening & discussion on Oct. 24

Wednesday, Oct. 24, at 12 p.m. in Belk 206

I Was A Teenage Feminist

Film Screening plus discussion

When did feminism become a bad word?
Why is it that young independent, progressive women
in today’s society feel uncomfortable identifying with the F-word?

Join filmmaker Therese Shechter as she takes a funny, moving
and very personal journey into the heart of Feminism
on the threshold of the 21st century.

Armed with a video camera and an irreverent sense of humor,
Therese talks with Feminist superstars, rowdy frat boys,
liberated Cosmo girls and Radical Cheerleaders, all in her quest
to find out whether Feminism can still be a source
of personal and political power.

With music by Ani DiFranco, Lavababy, Gina Young, Moxie Starpark
and the legendary Helen Reddy, “I Was A Teenage Feminist”
redefines the F Word for a new generation.