Content with terrible themes is often defended as a ‘product of its time,’ but this argument holds no water with me.
Crafts can provide people with a valuable grounding in math and science; do you still think they’re worthless?
The costs of childcare in the United States are skyrocketing, and the people expected to bear the caregiving burden should be familiar: Women.
Lots of dudes like to claim that they don’t have women on their teams because there weren’t any available to hire. Here’s why this is wrong.
The misogyny behind PETA’s publicity stunts is on painful display when you see who is allowed to wear clothes and who is not.
Netflix’ The OA dropped to critical acclaim and confusion. There’s a lot to explore in the show, but I keep coming back to the theme of the blonde ingenue.
Sons of Anarchy provided an interesting fictionalised glimpse into the world of motorcycle clubs, but it was also painfully sexist.
I’m not the only one who finds it creepy that the unicorns of Harry Potter like girls better, right?
In October of 2015, Robinson Meyer wrote at The Atlantic about a phenomenon he was starting to observe among those who were #feelingthebern: The Berniebro. His piece marked (I think, and please correct me if I’m wrong) the introduction of the term to the political landscape, describing the primarily white, young men who spewed their enthusiasm for Bernie […]
This election cycle has been an extremely ugly one for women, but in many ways, it’s giving me flashbacks to 2008. Remember 2008, when Hillary Clinton was repeatedly trashed by the left and the right seemingly primarily for the sin of being a woman with the audacity to run for president — rather than on […]