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    Hands Down

    The drive to Colorado took two days. It was April 15, 1987, and I had just come from Fort Rucker, Alabama, the Army’s Aviation...

    Body Positivity, Twitter, and Valerie Bertinelli

    It all started with a health and diet segment on The Today Show, a show I rarely watch, but maybe because I was missing...

    The Summer of Pussy

    It makes sense that those at the helm of “WAP” and P-Valley are Black and Brown women, because it is the other who is forced continually to rise up and assert a voice—otherwise there would be no space made for her.

    Devil: Tim Burton Adaptations, Advocate: Me

    While none of Burton’s work, or anyone’s for that matter, is beyond criticism, the responses to his films of late have felt personally motivated, driven by a bias about his washed-up-ness, his transition from artist characterized by originality to director doing Disney’s bidding.

    The Affair and the Narcissistic Philanderer

    By Pallavi Yetur How often is it that you meet someone you truly detest? Someone who despite their...

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    Books: I Think My Eyes Are Bleeding? A New Moon Reread

    You didn’t ask, but I still answered. Once I started with the madness that is Twilight, I had to continue feeling pain, and that...

    THIS USED TO BE MY PLAYGROUND

    A viable offer has been made on my childhood home. I’m not falling out of my chair with shock, considering it’s been on the...

    Books: Exploring Uneven Relationships in Daisy Lafarge’s Paul

    Following her poetry collection, Life Without Air, comes Daisy LaFarge’s debut novel Paul, a literary novel following protagonist Frances Hawthorne. Frances is a medieval...