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On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: YouTube’s Content Moderators Are Getting PTSD

Moderators for Google and YouTube are forced to watch videos containing hours of violent extremism a day.

In 2019, Here’s How Queer People Do the Holidays

“We are learning to intentionally carve out joyful spaces for ourselves.”

The Unbelievers: New Atheism and the Old Boys’ Club

So is new-style atheism the sausage party that media coverage would suggest?

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: The Politics of “The Farewell’s” Golden Globes Nomination

The question about whether The Farewell constitutes a foreign film or an American film has been debated since the film’s opening.

The Best Queer TV Episodes of 2019

We’re hoping for more queer television in 2020.

Just a Fan: With “Cheap Queen,” King Princess Finds Her Power

A satisfying album that centers on the complexities and changeability of identity, let alone queer identity, is a tough task.

BitchTapes: Best Songs of 2019

Music remains one of the guiding lights for the Bitch staff.

MILF of Human Kindness: “Mrs. Fletcher’s” Muddled Messages about Older Women and Sexual Freedom

On paper, Mrs. Fletcher is a slam dunk. In execution, not so much.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Sweetgreen’s “Family Fund” Is Symptomatic of Larger Problems

Why pay for benefits when you can get employees to “donate” them?

Yay, Us?: In the World of “mixed-ish,” Colorblindness Is the Same as Anti-Racism

There’s still a dearth of pop culture with multiracial characters who contend with what that multiraciality means socially and politically.