reviews

Abuse Knows No Gender: “Queering Sexual Violence” Gives Victims a Voice

“Queering Sexual Violence” investigates the roots of sexual violence and outlines the limitations of our mechanisms of response. Read more »

Evolving Goddess: Manitas Nerviosas Fully Blossoms On “Ilumíname”

In a dangerous time for folks who don’t conform to the norms of the heteropatriarchy, Mou bravely walks onstage as proof that both gender transgression and resistance are more relevant than the fear and hate of the outside world. Read more »

This “GLOW” Is Better Than Your Shade: BDSM Consent Done Right

BDSM is not just about the safeword. Read more »

“Footprint” Confronts the Impact of Overpopulation on Poor People of Color

Footprint demonstrates not only the extreme depletion of natural resources caused by overpopulation, but also how these issues have especially drastic consequences for women and children. Read more »

“Ojos Del Sol” Celebrates Contradictions and Mexican Folklore

Y La Bamba finds their voice swaying and shaking in the in-betweens and unknowns, in the range and sum of experience. Read more »

Between Two Worlds: “Ixcanul” Highlights a Cultural Conflict Many Immigrants Face

Ixcanul is a story about the conflicts between family, culture, and language. Read more »

The Anti-Heroine in “Lady Macbeth” is More Sinister Than She Seems

It parables the real story of white women throwing Black women and people of color under the bus. Read more »

Austra Calls Out White Supremacy On “Future Politics”

Future Politics reaches into hearts, minds, and bodies, and doesn’t easily let go of any of it. Read more »

“Women in the Qur’an” Makes Islam a Liberation Tool

“Women in the Qur’an” may prove an important contribution to the conversation about Islam and the sociopolitical realities of Muslim women’s lived experience. Read more »

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