Who - and what - we love this week (and what we definitely don't)
For calling bullsh*t on Hollywood's sexist attitude to female actors. Talking to a group of film students she said, "I mean, there's two genders on this earth. Both are compelling, interesting, diverse, wonderful in all their own separate ways. And yet there's an influx of male roles and there's just not for women."
The Australian TV anchor has worn the same navy blue suit for a whole year as a silent protest against the daily sexism his co-host, Lisa Wilkinson has had to deal with regarding her appearance on air. "No one has noticed; no one gives a shit," he told Fairfax Media. "Women are judged much more harshly and keenly for what they do, what they say and what they wear."
England's Women's Football Team
<p class="p7">Who are making history this Sunday, becoming the
first women's team to play at Wembley Stadium as they take on
Germany in preparation for next summer's FIFA Women's World Cup.
Kick off is a 3pm - we'll be tuning in and cheering them on.
Solange's Wedding Cape
We're totally digging her take on bridal wear. We predict capes on every bride next summer.
The 42-year-old rapper (yes, we're talking about a middle-aged man here) threatened Iggy Azalea with rape in the lyrics to his song <Vegas>. Check out Iggy Azalea's response at his pathetic, misogynistic attempt to intimidate her here.
The Impeding Chocolate Shortage
No joke, the world's supply of cocoa cannot keep up with demand and by . We're panic-buying Twirls this weekend.