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In its most egregious examples, the “cool” Asian hair streak trope is used to camouflage underwritten characters who lack personality.
A new book explores the power of artistic imagery from Venus to Beyoncé.
“Sex Cult Nun” is a startling memoir of child abuse about the Children of God.
What Henley addresses with intelligent ferocity in her memoir is the emotional and psychological abuse that she endured throughout elementary and middle school growing up with Crouzon syndrome.
Today’s case is not about one state’s decision, but about overturning decades of precedent.
Jane Campion’s new film explores what makes a man, and what traps him.
Palestinians’ will to free themselves from Israeli occupation is as strong as ever.
Get emotionally vulnerable with releases from Adele, Lotic, Summer Walker, and more.
Encouragements to “just vote” tell a grieving country that we can be saved by continuing to do something that hasn’t saved us yet.
“King Richard” succeeds in drawing us to root for the Williams family to beat the odds against them—the specter of both genteel and bloody racism, the gang violence that threatens their neighborhood.
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