My newest article for Everyday Feminism just posted. My protracted conflict with Seattle Public Schools has prepared me to write this piece, as it will likely be a bit controversial to many readers. You don’t just apply a critical eye to films with perhaps the...
For many of us, the holiday season is time to rest, reconnect with family, avoid that one relative—and catch up on movies. And with all those computerized things able to stream an endless supply of movies, catching up has never been easier. I am proposing just adding...
I’m proud to announce that I am now a Contributing Writer for Everyday Feminism. The trial run for me was the publication of “7 Ways Our Favorite Superhero, Fantasy, and Sci-fi Movies Teach Us to Be Racist,” so thank you to everyone who read, shared,...
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