Backtalk: Weinstein, #MeToo, Everything is Terrible

This week, Dahlia and Amy talk-yell about all of the sexual harassment and assault allegations against Hollywood producer, Harvey Weinstein, and its impact on the industry and beyond. Following breaking stories from the New York Times and the New Yorker, more than 40 women... Read more »

Profiling 101: The White Mediocrity of “Mindhunter”

White women are either in the background or on a slab, men of color are scarce, and women of color are invisible. Read more »

We Are More Than Tragedy: Fat Girls Deserve Better Than “This Is Us”

We deserve better characters who reflect the fullness of our lives. Read more »

Systemic Trauma: “Marshall” Misses A Crucial Point About Rape and White Supremacy

You can’t ignore the historical trauma inflicted on Black women. Read more »

Life After Transformation: “iZombie” Teaches Us How to Show Up for Trauma Survivors

The show begins with the trauma of the zombie transformation. Read more »

In Most Films About Demonic Possession, Women are Simply Vessels

Can we finally outgrow the whole teen-girl-possessed-by-the-devil trope? Read more »

Horror Show: Meet 3 Scream Queens Who Opened Doors For Women in Horror

These women paved the way for women in horror. Read more »

There Is No “Good Place” For People With Disabilities

If a simple, seemingly painless limp doesn’t exist in heaven, do people with disabilities? Read more »

The Feminist Power of Female Ghosts

The female ghost is an enduringly fascinating figure. Read more »

BitchWatch: 20 Bitch Approved TV Shows You Should Watch This Fall

Unfortunately, there’s not much to choose from. Read more »

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Tina Belcher's Sexual Revolution

Tina Belcher breaks all the rules of network sitcoms. That's why she's wonderful.  Read more »

Eat, Pray, Spend: Priv-lit and the new, enlightened American dream

Priv-lit and the new, enlightened American dream. Read more »

What I Learned About Gender and Power from Sailor Moon

My life began in 1995 — the year I turned eight and became a divorced kid.    Read more »

The Dramatic History of American Sex-Ed Films

In 1948, in a seventh grade classroom in Eugene, Oregon, a teacher dimmed the lights and flipped on 16mm projector. A film called Human... Read more »