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In Hot Water: “The Kitchen” Is a Comic-Book Adaptation Whose Diversity Feels Forced

The film pushes a shallow image of female unity, flattening the complex characters from the comic into easily readable types.

Very Online: The Chicken Sandwich Debacle Shows How Brands Co-Opt Black Twitter

Popeyes didn’t notice the opportunity to be found in responding to the Chick-fil-A tweet—until Black Twitter did.

BitchTapes: Anti-Fascist Heavy Metal Tunes

Metal is too good for Nazis and there are a growing number of artists who agree.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: The Revolution Will Be on TikTok

High schoolers are using TikTok to organize strikes. Bless them.

Hot Mic: Priyanka Chopra’s Selectively Woke Stardom Is a Strategic—and Risky—Decision

Diasporas and communities of color often feel that we must pedestalize even the least bit of representation that comes our way.

Popaganda: Puff, Puff, Progress

In this week’s episode, Carmen Rios talks to a slew of “puffragettes” fighting to end the drug war, foster a more equitable cannabis industry, and forge a feminist future in weed.

 

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: When Your Family Polices Your Relationship with Food

It’s a quick road to disordered eating.

The Amazon Fire Isn’t Just Climate Change—It’s Political Violence

The Amazon fires are another example of politicians prioritizing greed above caring for their constituents and protecting the people who inhabit the land they govern.

What Do We Do with “Good Boys?”

“The internet really flattens a lot of conversations that require a lot of nuance.”

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: The Dark Side of the Popeyes Chicken Sandwich

The popularity of the new chicken sandwich led to inhumane conditions for employees.

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