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“While heroes in their own right, these Black mamas are not pillars of perfection or stoic one-dimensional superwomen.”
Questions about the impeachment inquiry? We’ve got answers.
The prevalent trope feeds the idea that sex workers are criminals instead of professionals who deserve to be compensated for their labor.
Without the armor of their grifts—their thinness, whiteness, and status as blond young women—scammers like Caroline Calloway would’ve been immediately labeled con artists.
“The DHS finally admits fighting white supremacist terrorism is a priority.”
Though SVU has largely steered clear of the gore and intense luridness of other prime-time procedurals, it has still played into the idea that violence against women isn’t about the woman’s experience but rather about the remains of her body.
Three decades later, “Sick and Tired” remains a cultural touchstone for people with chronic illnesses.
“The horror sequel recreates the death of Charlie Howard but has no idea what to do with it.”
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In Dick Wolf’s formulaic world, victims are always believed, cops are dedicated to catching bad guys, and justice is always served, no matter how long it takes.
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