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The #SayHerName Movement Doesn’t Include Ashli Babbitt

To be clear, #SayHerName isn’t just a hashtag; it’s a movement. 

Poisoned Rose: Why the “Cruel Optimism” of “The Bachelorette” Still Draws Us In

In a time that’s more mediated than ever before, love is a contrived TV show for us all.

Whatever His Kink, Armie Hammer Is an Abuser

Social media rapidly shared jokes about his cannibalism fetish. 

This Is Exactly Who America Is

For Black people, white nationalism is much more than a political ideal.

Get Your Freak On: “Heaux Tales” Reclaims the Erotic

We all have heaux tales to share.

Royal Representation: On the Strange Racial Politics of “Bridgerton”

In essence, all these shows do is show people of color being terrible white people.

Lost and Found: Season 4 of “Search Party” Is the Perfect Pandemic Watch

The dark comedy series is back for a new season, and we couldn’t be more thrilled about it.

Remote Control: Distance Learning Isn’t a Last Resort—It’s an Opportunity

It’s crucial to think not only about the barriers remote communication removes, but also about the unique strengths it offers.

Helen Keller Conspiracy Theories Are Awash With Ableism

The ableist roots of this unfortunate conspiracy theory.

Gabrielle Korn Questions the “Feminist Utopia” of Women’s Media

“There needs to be a radical rewriting of what we expect the internet to give us.”

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