“The thesis of every Greta Gerwig movie is that being a woman, being a girl, not knowing who you are, is an experience worthy of art,” said entertainment journalist Hunter Harris during her talk at … [Read more...] about Greta Gerwig : Challenging Our Cultural Assumptions About Gender and Art
Much of the news coverage discussing the disappointing turnout at President Trump’s campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma on June 20th, 2020 has (often bemusedly) referenced the role of K-Pop stans and … [Read more...] about K-Pop Stans, Trump’s Tulsa Rally, and the Power of Fandom
In the past two weeks, cities around the United States (and throughout the world) have erupted in protests for racial equality sparked by the death of George Floyd — an unarmed black man killed by the … [Read more...] about Words You Don’t Know: Race Riot
In 2019, Entertainment Weekly published a review of “On The Come Up”, writer Angie Thomas’ second Young Adult fiction novel. The review was positive, but began by praising Thomas’s previous … [Read more...] about Why Do We Love to Hate Young Adult Fiction?
Many people believe that Ms. is a title for unmarried women. While men in America are called Mr. their entire lives, women are traditionally referred to as Miss before being married and Mrs. after … [Read more...] about Words You Don’t Know : Ms.
In the 2020 legislative session, the Florida Senate and House of Representatives will decide on two bills — HB 265 and SB 404, respectively, which would force minors to obtain parental consent before … [Read more...] about The Problem With Forced Parental Consent