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Writing about Black people feels limitless. It feels infinite.
Elle is not only harassed, but also has the harassment weaponized against her.
Moxie is more educational than groundbreaking.
The biblical origin story teaches us that the woman who dares disobey God is the monster.
Naima Coster’s prescient novel brings human faces to a broader social issue.
The film ultimately lacks the essential nutrients of a satisfying conclusion.
The fact that these queer women weren’t allowed sustained happiness sent the message that stability exists only in relationships between men and women.
The main character’s queerness is downplayed.
White girl protagonists become stand-ins for a “universal” experience.
Even before the GoFundMe boom, there was an element of desirability politics in healthcare.
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