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In Favor of Straight White Viewers, “Queer Eye” Lives in the Middle Ground

Many straight women love and enjoy Queer Eye. Does it hold the same weight with queer women?

In “The Nightingale,” Rape is a Tool of Colonialism

The horror depicted in The Nightingale is that of colonial violence’s endlessness, a war for power designed to go on forever.

Work in Progress: The Indian Directors Highlighting Depictions of Household Labor

Invisibilizing domestic labor allows men to ascribe higher value to the more “masculine” work they have traditionally performed.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Equinox Was Evil the Whole Time

“Don’t forget that it was built as a monument to classism and corrupt body politics.”

It’s a Bitchstravangza: Support Bitch and Be Entered for a Chance to Win Every Day!

Everything is terrible, so here’s one small thing from Bitch to you!

Popaganda: Feminism beyond Burnout

Carmen Rios is challenging listeners to envision a feminism beyond burnout—and commit to making it possible.

“Euphoria” Utilizes Black Trauma for Character Development

Christopher McKay is an example of Black trauma through a white lens.

Knee-Jerk Biphobia: What Responses to Miley Cyrus’s Breakup Say about Queer Erasure

Miley Cyrus isn’t “back” just because she’s dating a woman. She’s always been queer.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Trans Journalists Are Changing the Landscape of Journalism

“The presence of trans people in newsrooms is beginning to move the needle in terms of the quality and quantity of trans coverage.”

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Following Trump Tweets, Israel Bars Reps. Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar

This comes directly on the heels of Trump’s tweets telling Reps. Tlaib and Omar to “go back” to the “broken” countries they came from.

Yes, We Sketch Too: What “A Black Lady Sketch Show” Means for Comedy

 Black women know how to create space for each other in a very special way. This show is a testament to that.

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