Monday Mar 31
Marlo Thomas Made Me the Man I Am Today
Forty years ago, when Marlo Thomas met with executives at ABC Television after turning in the final cut of "Free to Be... You and Me," the one-hour special they'd commissioned based on her best-selling children's album, they told her, in that way the business people who control our media so often do, that they loved it and that she had to utterly ... (more)
Star of Hit 1960s TV Series Mines Internet Gold From a Largely Ignored Demo
An actress known for her role on a 1960s comedy series has become what The New York Times calls "an unlikely innovator on Internet TV."
Free to Bea You and Me's 40th Birthday Bash
Marlo Thomas and friends look back on the Gen-X-feminism icon and what it has and hasn't changed.
'Free to Be' Didn't Emasculate You
The delightfully trippy television special has been mocked as feminist propaganda disguised as entertainment.
'Free to Be' Boys and Girls: 40 Years After the Failed Gender Revolution
And, amazingly, kids and adults have yet to morph into mutually respectful, non-gendered human persons.