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In a time when there are more single adults in America than ever before, it’s depressing to see Insecure suggest that Issa requires this much contrived romantic failure to justify her realization that a man won’t “fix” her life.
The cobblestone streets of Pátzcuaro, Mexico, bustle with frenzied preparation in the weeks leading up to Día de Muertos.
This is not the first time Twitter has failed to respond to users advocating violent extremism.
Starr’s concern about being stereotyped as the “angry Black girl” isn’t petty or trivial.
In the past few decades, women private eyes and their tough-gal attitudes have managed to almost take over the genre of the classic mystery novel.
Even Trump’s lapdog Paul Ryan is arguing against the legality of his executive order.
In 2018, the former “scream queen” is armed with resolve and pain, and her only scream in the film comes from a place of anger and grief—not fear.
Gabrielle Moss takes us on a nostalgic and hilarious tour through teen bookshelves and the Golden Age of YA literature.
Bend the Arc, a progressive Jewish movement, penned a letter demanding that Trump be held accountable.
This isn’t about what just happened. This is about what keeps happening.
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