Love These Links: IATG Web Round-Up

A rock-your-face-off round-up of articles, blogs, and videos from around the web!

heart4.pngBe prepared to make video games! reports that Girl Scouts of L.A. offering a badge in game design! Awesome!


heart4.pngLizzie Valesquez, a young woman once labeled "the ugliest girl on the Internet" challenges us to redefine beauty at this AH-mazing TEDx Austin talk, an event organized by our own co-founder Alexis Jones!


heart4.pngSplitsider reports that SNL welcomes uber-talented African-American comic Sasheer Zamata to the studios of 8-H. Sasheer is the first female African-American performer to join the cast since Maya Rudolph departed in 2007.


heart4.pngSpeaking of female comics, Amy Poehler and Tina Fey host this year's Golden Globes on January 12th. Hear what the power duo had to say about women in comedy and the pressure of hosting one of the year's biggest awards show in this Hollywood Reporter interview.


heart4.pngRead all about Janet Yellen, the FIRST female chief of the Federal Reserve! Finances, lady-style. BOOM!


heart4.pngBuzzfeed gives love to trans women Carmen Carrera and Laverne Cox for handling some tricky television moments in their recent interview on Catie Couric.


heart4.pngLooking for great new reads to get excited about in 2014? Check out this penultimate get-psyched-to-get-reading book list from The Millions. (That new one from Lorrie Moore? Considered it pre-ordered! Blammo!)


heart4.pngTalented tween sisters Chloe and Halle are murdering covers left and right. On Ellen with Queen Latifah. IATG Nation: Get. Up. On. This. Here are the girls giving it their all on Beyonce's Pretty Hurts.


heart4.pngWe know that girl-on-girl hate hurts everyone! Zooey Deschanel speaks up on Huffington Post for girls everywhere who know it's cooler to build each other rather than tear each other down.


heart4.pngMeryl Streep has a few things to say about gender and the Walt Disney Company. Head on over to Bust and get schooled, Streep-style.


heart4.png17-year-old slam poet Savannah Brown begins her piece with: "When I first learned that nobody could love me more than me, a world of happiness previously unseen was discovered." Watch her epic performance HERE!


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