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Monday, March 20, 2017

BetteBack July 27, 1974: What’s With The Divine Mr. J Film?

Tucson Daily Citizen
July 27, 1974

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Q: What’s this about Bette Midler making her film debut as the Virgin Mary?

A: lt’s a three-year old, jazzed-up home-movie spoof titled “The Divine Mr. J” that emerged from the can only when the Divine Miss M emerged from obscurity. “We turned down a Mike Nichols film, for Heaven’s sake,” says her manager. “Now this piece of (vulgarity deleted) comes out.”

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Wednesday, May 4, 2016

What’s Ariana’s Favorite Bette Midler Film? – The New Breed Of Feminism

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Exclusive: Ariana Grande Goes Big On Her Female Activist Calling
By Colin Crummy
3 May 2016 13:01

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Ariana Grande’s favourite film is The First Wives Club. ‘I love every woman in that movie. SJP, Goldie Hawn, Diane Keaton, Bette Midler, they’re all so fierce,’ she enthuses at the beginning of her sit down in London with Grazia. ‘Maggie Smith, are you kidding? It’s the best movie in the world.’ Then, to prove her devotion to the 1996 cult comedy that came out when she was just three, Ariana sings the opening number, acts out a scene, and does her best Bette Midler impression (it’s very good). Read More

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Monday, March 28, 2016

What Does Feminism Actually Stand For?

Florida Today
Remembering What Feminism Actually Stands For
Jarin Eisenberg 11:52 a.m. EDT March 27, 2016

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In March, we celebrate Women’s History Month and the many achievements that have been made to foster an environment where women have equal access and opportunity.

For young women today, we have hit the historical jackpot. We operate in a world that our mothers, and mothers’ mothers yearned for but did not have access to.

Though great strides have been made, and we all acknowledge there is much more work to do, I am starting to wonder just what is happening to the meaning of feminism in a world where 140 character tweets and Facebook posts dominate much of the conversation on gender equality. Read More

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