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Gold Double Standard: The Tokyo Olympics Highlighted Casual Bias in Sports

Sha’Carri Richardson’s suspension was just the tip of the injustice iceberg for American athletes.

Pains of Fame: Billie Eilish Comes Into Her Own

In spite of everything, Billie Eilish has managed to retain her sense of self.

Dangerous Spin: Media Exposes Ballet’s Ugly Side

There’s nothing endearing or gentle about the violence dancers endure.

Color Struck: Hollywood Can’t Scrub Its Colorism Problem

In the Heights is anxiously concerned about the white gaze.

Brain Power: Cartoons Diversify the Face of Neurodivergence

Recent animated shows, including The Owl House and She-Ra and the Princesses of Power are beautifully doing this work.

Written On the Body: For Deborah Copaken, Biology Is a Battlefield

She is using her body as a megaphone.

You Can’t Break Naomi Osaka Down

Athletes are no longer letting their audiences off the hook.

Emilly Prado Closes the Coffin on Her Old Life

Everybody’s sense of memory changes over time.

This Woman’s Work: “Lupita” Gets Inside the Life of an Indigenous Resistance Leader

“This is a woman [who] can tell the story of 500 years of repression of Indigenous peoples.”

Worthy Secrets: Stepford-esque Men Create True Horror in “The Husbands”

Chandler Baker’s second adult novel takes a look at what equality really means.

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