Glee

Racy Thoughts: <i>Glee</i>'s Magical Friendship

Regular readers of Bitch know by now that Glee, while addictive and entertaining (if you try and tell me you didn't make a heroic attempt at recreating the choreography from "Safety Dance" alone in your room, I'm going to straight up call you... Read more »

Tube Tied: Why Glee Bugs Me So Much

A year ago, right after the start of Glee's first season, I complained in this space that the show was riddled with stereotypes. These days I haven't much better to say about the show, other than that, from my perspective the writing has gotten even... Read more »

Push(back) at the Intersections: Glee and Me

I would be remiss in talking about pushback against intersectional critiques of pop culture without discussing my long and tormented relationship with the Fox hit Glee. To put it bluntly, I hate Glee. Yet, a lot of feminists, including some of the staff here at Bitch, love ... Read more »

Tuning In: Glee's "Theatricality"

Glee gets theatrical with the help of Lady Gaga and Kiss. Read more »

Travelling Saleswoman

Folks Good Morning! Today marks my introductory blog post for Bitch, a publication I have such admiration and appreciation for, it has taken me several months to settle on what I might write about that would be worthy of the association. I decided to discuss my travels and travails as... Read more »

The Young and The Feckless: The Nearness of Youthful Nostalgia

The other night, I found myself sitting in a concert hall with a thousand other people having an absolutely A+ time at one of the few North American dates on the farewell tour for Euro pop icons a-ha. Yes, a-ha. No matter that I'm not old enough to have fully appreciated their short-lived American... Read more »

Tuning In: Glee's "The Power of Madonna"

My thoughts on Glee's much-anticipated Madonna episode. Read more »

Tuning In: Sue Sylvester's "Vogue"

The inimitable Sue Sylvester's rendition of Madonna's "Vogue." Read more »

Crip Drag No More?

Are you counting down the days until Glee returns for a second season (23!) or are you groaning at the mere mention of a show you hoped would be wiped from the national memory once American Idol came back on the air and satisfied the public urge to see young people engage in petty competition and... Read more »

Screenshot: The problem with end-of-year lists

When it takes shows explicitly set on other planets, in other universes and in alternate realities to consistently bring us complex female characters not hemmed in by sexist narrative conventions, it is time to take a look at what's going on in shows set on this planet. Read more »

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