You thought HBO was genius for creating the show Insecure about a young african american woman and struggling through making it through the insecurities of life, but HBO has done it even better.  The widely watched television series, Big Little Lies, stars Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, and Shailene Woodley, and Zoe Kravitz.  The drama is filled with despair, pettiness, raunchiness, sinister thoughts, and positively affirming motives all in one.  Based in Monterey California it goes along the journey with these women as they spar against adult life as a woman, mother, friend, wife, and person.  It sheds light not on the cute struggling submissive women that many shows on television today convey, it shows “the real” in the words of Kravitz.  She took a second to talk with Vanity Fair about how she feels the show is impactful to feminine culture…

“I think it’s refreshing to see a story about women that’s not just one dimensional. I think there’s a lack of representation in what it means to be a woman and a mother nowadays, so it’s not candy-coated. It’s not sweet; it’s not polite. It’s real. I think there was a hole, and we kind of filled that space.”

The women in this show are interacting with each other on embarking though the journey of life.  Not self fulfillment, peaking their spirit or inner being, no.  These stories are real life testimonials of women using what they have to get through the life they are handed from those around them.  Take a look for yourself.  With March being Women’s History Month this really hit home for the appreciation of the women around us. 

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