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Amy Schumer, Blake Lively, & Katie Holmes BLAST Sexist Magazine Cover!

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Ugh, this is so not OK!

An image has been circulating online in recent weeks showing a side-by-side image of the covers for teen magazine's Girls' Life and Boys' Life (which are surprisingly not affiliated) — and now, Amy Schumer, Blake Lively, and Katie Holmes all have something to say about it!

On the cover targeted for young girls, the headlines read phrases along the lines of "Wake up pretty!," "Your Dream Hair," "100+ ways to SLAY on the first day," "The new denim checklist," and "How to have fun, make friends and get all A's."

On the boys version, the words "Explore Your Future" are blasted across the front with images of professional tools, like a computer and stethoscope.


Related: Ryan Reynolds Jokes About Just HOW Pregnant Blake Lively Is!

Taking to Instagram, Amy led the pack of celebrities to express outrage with the sexist juxtaposition:

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The Chicago Tribune Is Getting DRAGGED For This Sexist Olympics Tweet!

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Nothing like a little more good ol' fashioned Olympic Games sexism…

The Chicago Tribune is being DESTROYED online right now after tweeting a pretty openly sexist and dismissive comment about Olympic bronze medal winner Corey Cogdell-Unrein on Sunday.

Related: These Poor, Poor German Field Hockey Teammates

Cogdell-Unrein won the bronze (her second medal, and third time appearing in the Games) in women's trap shooting down in Rio on Sunday, and the Tribune commemorated the event with this absurd tweet (below):

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Ariana Grande Continues Her Support For Kesha AND Addresses Sexual Assault Outside The Music Industry: 'It Is Everywhere You Go'

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Don't mess with this dangerous woman!

Kesha is currently wrapped up in the largest legal battle in all of Hollywood, and while the courts aren't necessarily making things easy for her, most of her fellow pop stars have been busy voicing their support.

We've already heard how strongly Ariana Grande feels about her Dr. Luke lawsuit, and she's only getting even more outspoken about sexual assault.

Video: Listen To Ariana's New Song Dangerous Woman

The 22-year-old stopped by The NEW 92.3 AMP Radio on Wednesday to chat about her new album and title track Dangerous Woman and ended up discussing misogyny outside of the entertainment industry, saying:

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Tina Fey Talks Leonardo DiCaprio, Caitlyn Jenner, Sexism, & The 'Bullsh*t' Oscars With Howard Stern!

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Tina Fey isn't one to hold back, and Howard Stern isn't one to ask the easy questions.

So we LOVE the two of them coming together for an extremely frank interview!

On Tuesday's show, Howard asked the Whiskey Tango Foxtrot star about her Oscars experience, much of which she thought was "Hollywood bullsh*t!"

Video: Chrissy Teigen Explains Her Memeworthy Reaction To Stacey Dash's Oscars Appearance!

Innerestingly, when it came to the topic of sexism, the Sirius XM host was the one pointing fingers at Leonardo DiCaprio, leaving the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt creator to defend him!

Find out why Tina thinks Leo's acceptance speech was totally fine — and why Howard disagrees (below)!

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Ryan Murphy Combats Hollywood's Lack Of Diversity With His Own Equality Pledge — But How Will This Affect His TV Shows?

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Be the change you wish to see in the post-Glee world!

Hollywood's radical lack of diversity has been the talk of the town ever since the Oscars tried to get away with only nominating white actors again this year, and it looks like the issue is really getting through to some people with sway.

While the Academy has already taken steps to ensure better representation in future years, a heavy-hitter in the world of TV is also making a pledge towards furthering equality in media.

Related: Ava DuVernay's New TV Show Only Features Female Directors!

Ryan Murphy may already have some of the more diverse casts currently on television, but he's looking to expand his reach behind the camera with his new foundation, Half.

In an effort to get a more diverse directorial team, Ryan spoke to The Hollywood Reporter about his new project's purpose, saying:

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#JunosSoMale? Canada's Juno Awards Pretty Much Only Nominated Men — And Grimes Is Not Happy Aboot It!

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She's gonna kill v. maim someone!

While Canada is usually more progressive than America when it comes to social issues, they don't seem to be much better than us when nominating people for awards.

The nominees for the 2016 Juno Awards were revealed on Tuesday… and it's clear they must have forgotten that females can make music, too — but one person who definitely didn't forget is singer/musician/producer/artist Grimes.

Video: Grimes Kill V. Maim Video Is Basically Mad Max

The 27-year-old had her highest charting album of her career in 2015 with Art Angels, but she and most of her female peers were mysteriously overlooked by the music awards show, spawning the hashtag #JunosSoMale!

Naturally, Grimes took to Twitter to vent her frustrations in a series of now-deleted tweets, saying:

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Apple Exec Jimmy Iovine Apologizes For Saying It's 'Difficult' For Women To Find Music 'When They Have Their Heart Broken Or Whatever'

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Well, this wasn't exactly as smart as the iPhone…

Apple Music executive Jimmy Iovine was on CBS This Morning on Thursday talking about music for women — when he made a remark that was widely viewed as sexist!

Related: Australian YouTuber Confronted — On National TV — About Lying In His Videos!

Host Gayle King was asking Iovine about Apple Music's new advertisements — starring Mary J. Blige, Kerry Washington, and Taraji P. Henson – which center around the idea of an "instant boyfriend mixtape service."

Iovine explained why the company is trying to attract more female customers for its music:

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