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A quick science primer: Testosterone is a hormone that is associated in the brain with dominance and power while cortisol is associated with anxiety. In a piece for the Harvard Business Review, Cuddy explains a Harvard study which found that perceived leaders of both genders had higher levels of testosterone than cortisol—a ratio that made it easier to speak confidently and make risky decisions.
Women are usually assigned one of two roles in films: doting mother and wife, or single workaholic klutz who is constantly frazzled, and yet always played by a ridiculously gorgeous woman. Actually, make that three: A lot of the time they also play hookers.
There are a few films where women get to kick ass, either literally, (hello, Lara Croft and Lisbeth Salander), or figuratively, (in their careers), or just make us laugh ’til we cry. (Kristen Wiig in pretty much anything). Today we are focusing on the ones that have made us think about our lives as professional women and the lessons we can learn from them. Whether an overanxious TV producer, a legal assistant with a push-up bra, or a devil that has great taste in handbags, our hats are off to them. Make some popcorn and get watching.