The new French “Award-Winning” Netflix film “Cuties” claims to be a commentary on the hypersexualisation of young girls, yet in it’s making it itself hypersexualises and exploits young girls.
“Sisters in Hate: American Women on the Front Lines of White Nationalism” by Seyward Darby profiles three different women’s rise and path into white nationalism.
Self-care for activists to rest, reflect and rejuvenate in a world where the fight for justice and survival seem never-ending.
Michaela Coel’s latest drama perfectly encapsulates the dangers of social media and activist pedestals.
A look at celebrity/influencer apologies and their curious fan reactions.
Set in New York City, Brooklyn 99 follows a squad of police officers as they solve crimes and other office endeavours. But with the rise in protests against police brutality, people are starting to wonder what the future of the show might look like.
With a lot of transphobia in the air (cough, Twitter), Netflix’s newest documentary ‘Disclosure’ exemplifies exactly why positive trans representation matters so tremendously.
“Arrest the cops that killed Breonna Taylor” has gone from a call to action to an absolutely tasteless meme.
With a world more divided than ever, embracing empathy has become a rare and radical sight. But through articles, podcasts, and more, it may be on the rise again.
With self-isolation still in action, Pride is going to be looking a little bit different this year. But that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t celebrate it. Here is a list of 3 must-watch queer TV-shows to binge through in June!