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A list of a few iconic body-swap movies from “Freaky Friday” to “Little.”
Jenna Mahale interviews writer Vauhini Vara about her work with GPT-3, an A.I. writing program that she collaborated with on a recent essay about her loss of her sister.
Gabrielle Merite traces an illustrated history of stigmatizing myths about menstruation.
Gabriela Ramos Tavárez celebrates recent romance novels that give voice to the sex lives people with disabilities can have.
This month, we’re looking at releases by Kilo Kish, Fana Hues, Charli XCX, and more.
While many films depicting the lives of trans folks do not stand the test of time, Sally Potter’s 1992 film does.
With “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” Amy Sherman-Palladino finally had the opportunity to lean into the anti-heroine—but she didn’t take it.
Film has long been used as an intellectual battle ground over the legal state of abortion. These stories from the ’60s and ’70s are alive and sadly relevant today.
While homeless shelters might seem like the right housing solution, experts say that there are major problems with New York’s shelter-first approach.
Steven Spielberg’s “West Side Story” resists a progressive update because its entire premise presents Puerto Ricans as innately, irreconcilably other.
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