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Bare Trap: How Girls Gone Wild Sold Sham Empowerment

Much like OnlyFans, Girls Gone Wild appealed to people (mostly men) because it showcased “amateurs.”

Resurrecting Selena: “Dreaming of You” Is a Lyrical Journey Through Grief

Some things aren’t meant to be revived.

Wynonna Earp Reimagines the Old, Male West

Instead of celebrating hypermasculine cowboys who terrorize Indigenous peo-ple and abuse women, Emily Andras’s dramedy made a complicated woman the unlikely hero tasked with saving her town.

Very Online: Emily Mariko Has Us Obsessed—for Now

There’s a fundamental contradiction in nearly all influencers’ lifestyle content.

Beauty Marked: “Made-Up” Explores the Addictive Power of Artifice

“Sometimes, to feel at peace, all you need is for someone to tell you what to buy,” writes author Daphné B.

Messy Reality: “Maid” Puts an Unflinching Lens on Women in Poverty

A lack of support for single mothers in poverty keeps the main character trapped in a cycle.

"Carefree Black Girls” Treats Black Women As Art

“The inspiration for the phrase and concept #CarefreeBlackGirl was the fact that, at that moment, I wasn’t feeling very carefree.”

Meet Bitch Media's New CEO: Marisol Flores-Aguirre

After a months-long search, Bitch Media is delighted to announce that Marisol Flores-Aguirre has joined the team as our new CEO!

Bloodlust: “Mayday” Is a Brutal, Irresistible Feminist Revenge Fantasy

Karen Cinorre delivers a bloody, cathartic thrill with Mayday.

Culture of Fear: 10 TV and Film Workers Call Out Hollywood Exploitation

The film and TV industry has been abusing its workers for decades with relentless schedules, stolen wages, grinding culture, unequal opportunity, and other hazardous conditions.

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