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FFFF: Nadia Kamil’s Pap Rap

Friday Feminist Funny Film

Nadia Kamil made this rape video about the importance of Pap tests to screen for cervical cancer, and if that weren’t awesome enough, she’s backed up by Muppet-like puppets of Mary Wollstonecraft.

Note: Some language NSFW

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FFFF: Childhood Gender Roles into Adulthood

Friday Feminist Funny FilmA new Buzzfeed video shows how ridiculous childhood gender roles are by applying them to adults. It uses humour to ask us to rethink applying gender roles to kids, but also asks us to consider the extent to which those roles do have an impact on our adult behaviour and interactions.

Transcript (after the jump): Read more

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FFFF: “Royals” Parody about Typecasting Women of Colour

Friday Feminist Funny FilmActress Tess Paras brings us this parody of Lorde’s “Royals” that calls out the typecasting of women of colour in Hollywood.

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FFFF: My Gimpy Life Season 2 Finale

Friday Feminist Funny FilmIf you haven’t been watching Teal Sherer’s webseries My Gimpy Life, you have been missing out. The series follows “the adventures of a driven actress trying to negotiate Hollywood in a wheelchair.” It’s funny, geeky, thoughtful, and I’d argue feminist, especially in its depictions of female friendships and body diversity and challenging ableism.

The Season 2 finale came out yesterday and I wanted to share it here, but if you need to catch up first, you can find all the previous episodes on YouTube.

Warning: a little bit of NSFW language:

For watchers who need it, closed captioning is available for the video.

 

 

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FFFF: Frozen’s Elsa Teaches the Other Disney Princesses

Funny Feminist Friday Film square logoMichelle Cameron stars as Elsa from Frozen, who teaches the other Disney Princesses that they don’t need to spend so much time worrying about landing a Prince.

Also featuring: Elizabeth Oldak (Belle), Tanja Nagler (Cinderella), Molly Gallagher (Ariel), Tiger Darrow (Snow White), Dominique Roberts (Aurora) and Celeste Hudson (Jasmine).

Note: The video is subtitled so I’m not including text of the lyrics here, but full text is available on the YouTube page in the video description.

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FFFF: More Historically-Accurate Disney Princess

Funny Feminist Friday Film square logoRachel Bloom’s cartoon points out being a Disney princess and finding a prince would be a lot less cool if it were historically-accurate.

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FFFF: Hari Kondabolu on Whites Becoming the Minority

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Hari Kondabolu uses his comedy skills to deconstruct the panic around the prediction that 2042 will be the year whites become “the minority” in America.

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