Posts tagged "jemima kirke"

Jemima Kirke Opens Up About Ending A Pregnancy In This PSA

In a new PSA for the Center for Reproductive Rights' Draw The Line campaign, "Girls" actress and mother of three Jemima Kirke shares her story of terminating a pregnancy when she was in college back in 2007. I love her candidness, especially her succinct way of describing how safe abortion procedures often fall in that fuzzy middle ground between just barely accessible…

By: Claire Hannum / April 15, 2015

“Girls” Star Jemima Kirke Presents A Short Film On The History Of Women In Art

Any "Girls" fan worth her battery-operated boyfriend knows that Jemima Kirke, who plays Jessa, is first-and-foremost an artist. In this new short film presented by the Tate galleries and Le Méridien hotels, Jemima takes us back through Western civilization's long history of ignoring female artists. (Obviously such a conversation could not exist without the feminist activist…

By: Jessica Wakeman / January 27, 2014

“Girls”‘ Jemima Kirke On “Stupid” & “Fascinating” Internet Comments

"It surprises me how stupid people can be. It surprises me how many women hate other women, or feel uncomfortable with themselves. There’s a good portion of women who are offended by the show, which I do find strange. I read them because it’s fascinating. 'Like Patrick Wilson would sleep with her!' You know what?

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / January 13, 2014

Jemima Kirke Is A Beautiful Gay Bride For Bridal Boutique Ad

It's not just Allison Williams who has locked lips with costar Jemima Kirke: the lovely, floaty Jemima appears in a bridal boutique lookbook for a New York City shop kissing another woman. Declaring "Fuck weddings" on their website, Stone Fox Bride says they have "a dress for every batshit bride out there," which certainly sound…

By: Jessica Wakeman / April 17, 2013

Jemima Kirke Is An Artist Not An Actor, Shows Her Boobs And Preggo Belly (NSFW)

"Acting is secondary—I don’t feel like it’s going to stick around because it’s not something I want to do forever. My art has always been my top priority and I have far more experience in that field than I do in film. It’s hard to explain without sounding like a dick. I’m not that person.

By: Julie Gerstein / October 8, 2012