White Feminist Heroes: “Jessica Jones” Continues Leaving People of Color Behind

Apparently, feminist storytelling doesn’t have space for race.

No Need for Superheroes: "A Wrinkle In Time" Shows Black Girls How To Save Themselves

Black children don’t have to be endowed with mutant powers to be inherently good. Read more »

The Authenticity Factor: “The Chi” Shows That Violence Isn’t Chicago’s Only Story

The Chi shows the dimensions of Chicago’s South Side and its people. Read more »

Not Your Average Americana: Kitty, Daisy, and Lewis’s “Superscope” Offers Escapism

Superscope’s fun, loving, and optimistic spirit sounds like storming through Arizona’s bare sunny deserts to drink milkshakes and eat hamburgers at the local diner. Read more »

Chastity Belt’s Vulnerability is Its Strength

I Used to Spend So Much Time Alone has an undertow of yearning for connection and overcoming the fear of self-exposure. Read more »

Palehound Finds Its Queer Voice in “A Place I’ll Always Go”

The album chronicles a turbulent year for Ellen Kempner who found love while in the depths of grieving. Read more »

“Ison” is a Vulnerable Exploration of Sevdaliza’s Womanhood

On ISON, Sevda Alizadeh seamlessly shifts shapes to show us her different sides. Read more »

The “Bitch Doctrine” Is the Uplifting Manifesto We Need

Laurie Penny’s collection of essays explores the uncomfortable corset of the gender binary. Read more »

The Future is Feminist Joy

The H-Spot: The Feminist Pursuit of Happiness reveals the blueprint to happier lives. Read more »

Surviving Patriarchy: “Alias Grace” Navigates the Impact of Sexism

Margaret Atwood’s at it again. Read more »

Same Old West: “Godless” Failed to Deliver a Western About Women

We were lured into a pit of tired and unquestioned Western clichés. Read more »

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