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February brought fresh, heartfelt, sounds from artists Mitski, Mary J. Blige, Raveena, and more. As always, happy listening!
“It’s Gay and It Slaps”
Anastasia Higginbothom writes children’s books on serious and challenging topics. Her latest is “You Ruined It: A Book About Boundaries,” which addresses sexual assault.
“Someone I used to live with described my writing process as watching someone vomit compulsively for hours at a time,” says Grace Lavery, author of “Please Miss: A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Penis.”
For all its attempts at unabashed honesty, “JANET JACKSON.” is deceptively guarded: Jackson still seeks shelter in an unknowable self, hidden from even her closest family and friends.
High-Risk Homosexual pulls apart the neat narratives we often see about what it means to come out—and to pursue your creative dreams.
Toloui’s photos turn the peep show around on its audience.
Unlike the series’s more graphic depictions of violence, substance use, and sex, Euphoria’s portrayal of kids in caregiving positions runs quietly in the background.
What Jackass has—what makes it “forever”—is genuine heart.
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