TODAY’S MUST-READ NEWS AND ANALYSIS
- The two-part Apple TV+ episode of Oprah’s Book Club, which focuses on the controversy around American Dirt, is frustrating to watch. [Remezcla]
- Welcome to the world of intimacy coordinators, the trained facilitators that are helping performers and productions navigate sex scenes in Hollywood. [BBC]
- Cameron Esposito, whose memoir Save Yourself is out from Grand Central Publishing later this month, on the publisher’s decision to publish, then drop, Woody Allen. [Vanity Fair]
- A growing list of universities and colleges have decided to suspend in-person classes amidst escalating concerns over the spread of coronavirus in the U.S. [New York Times]
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YESTERDAY FROM BITCH
- Dusted or Busted: In “The Man,” Taylor Swift Seeks to Critique Sexism, but Twists Drag to Do So | While Swift is trying to call out a double-standard, she may be enabling a double-standard for the queer community. [Leanna Garfield]