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Rather than denote these tales as relics of the past, she communicates the value of these myths, stories retold for centuries that reveal all the things that love can be.
A female screenwriter hasn’t won an Oscar since George W. Bush was in office.
“Hold Up” is a nuanced love song in which the female protagonist isn’t begging or asking for love; she’s making a clear and precise declaration.
Being Gwen Stefani’s add-ons superseded their place as human beings.
The Forty Elephants remain one of the most successful and longest-lasting criminal organizations in English history.
What would it be like to celebrate Black women, not just as a performance or a trend? Without using them as a mascot for a movement. Without relying on them to save this country.
It’s a film that tickles the absurdities of the past and, in doing so, has successfully determined the misfortunes of our future.
The characters feel like a chosen family who are just starting to come together.
Accepting this narrative is a disservice to queer folk who are or were closeted and have never abused their partners in the process of finding themselves.
By naming and examining dude food, Emily J.H. Contois gives us the language and historical context for an omnipresent phenomenon we’ve all surely noticed.
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