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We can’t undo what Tara Reade suffered in 1993. But we can demand a better world as restorative justice.
George M. Johnson has crafted an intimate community of Black queer readers.
Blackness is everything to me.
This trend of gaslighting victims of assault, including Tara Reade, silences them while functioning in a mythical world where America didn’t elect a self-confessed sexual predator.
The more we’re encouraged to talk to one another about death, the less scary and anxiety-inducing it is.
The systems meant to protect us are floundering.
The film explores what happens when Shirley Jackson meets a younger reflection of herself.
With the sudden shift toward increased online shopping, there has been an unintended casualty—the United States Postal Service.
What does it mean to be able to reject the gaze before it even happens?
This government is our government, and it’s up to us to save it.
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