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Calling out Female Abusers Shows That #MeToo Is Working

Asia Argento and Avital Ronell do not undermine #MeToo—they stand as a reminder of the work that needs to be done, and a sign of progress that men now feel like they can come forward about sexual abuse no matter who perpetrated it.

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Zazie Beetz and Chance the Rapper Fight Evil and Deliver Pizza in Slice Trailer

If you like werewolves, pizza, and Zazie Beetz, have I got the trailer for you.

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Netflix’s True Crime Mockumentary Masterpiece American Vandal Just Dropped a Surprise Season 2 Trailer

Netflix has released a trailer for the second season of the Emmy-nominated, Peabody-winning series and the premise seems like a natural progression. If season one was all about dick jokes, season two should be poop jokes, right?

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In a Shock to No One, Madonna Made Aretha Franklin’s Tribute About Her

Trek into whiteness indeed.

From the moment it was announced that Madonna was going to be doing the Aretha Franklin tribute, I knew it was going to be a mess.

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James Tiberius Kirk Is the Original Mary Sue

He and his pals are all Mary Sues, to be exact.

Nowadays, people tend to use Mary Sue as either a generalized term for a character who is too perfect and therefore underdeveloped, or, more often, a female character who dares to exist and be equal in skill and awesomeness to a male character. Rey from Star Wars is called a Mary Sue. Michael Burnham from Star Trek Discovery is called a Mary Sue. Everyone’s a Mary Sue. You know who else is a Mary Sue? Captain James Tiberius Kirk of the USS Enterprise.

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Kelly Marie Tran Pens Powerful Op-Ed About Internet Harassment

We stand with Kelly Marie Tran.

Early this morning, The New York Times released an emotional l op-ed written by Star Wars: The Last Jedi star Kelly Marie Tran.

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Producers Wanted to Whitewash To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

Producers tried to whitewash To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before because of course they did.

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All the Cosplay That We Loved at Flame Con, the World’s Largest Queer Comic Con

Here's what we saw at Flame Con, a place of total joy, awesome panels, incredible merch, and super-creative cosplayers.

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Things We Saw Today: GLOW Officially Renewed for Its Third Season!

GLOW is heading to Vegas!

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Alan Moore Returns to Comics to Raise Money for Survivors of the Grenfell Tower Fire

Alan Moore has returned to comics to show support for the victims of Grenfell.

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Doctor Who Season Eleven Hires Diverse Group of Creatives, And We’re Thrilled

The first female Doctor has unique voices telling her story.

The list of creatives for Doctor Who's latest season has been revealed, and it's a looking particularly fantastic.

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Chelsea Handler & the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Al Franken Defense

Chelsea Handler has made it clear for a while now that she didn't think Al Franken should have resigned from his seat in the Senate. Now she's doubling down on her defense of her friend with a truly terrible argument.

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Huffington Post’s Latest Piece on Online Dating Highlights Society’s Sexism and Racism

Can we just burn down the internet?

Every once in a while, another article comes out that proves that online dating, and the ideas surrounding it, are the worst. This time, it's the Huffington Post's "Most Of Us Are Trying To Date ‘Out Of Our League,’ New Study Suggests" which is about how everyone is "shooting their shot" so we can all feel the solidarity of "dating outside our league," with information pulled from a study done on "large-scale" data on heterosexual users of an unnamed dating site.

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Boots Riley Has Thoughts on Spike Lee’s Depiction of Cops in BlacKkKlansman

Sorry to Bother You director and writer Boots Riley has some thoughts on Spike Lee's re-writing of history in BlacKkKlansman.

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The #MeToo Movement Is About More Than One Person: Asia Argento Settled With Sexual Assault Accuser

A person can be both abused and an abuser.

As one of the first women to publicly accuse Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault, Italian actress and director Asia Argento has been a driving figure in the #MeToo movement. But according to a disturbing report from the New York Times, in the midst of last year's #MeToo wave, Argento paid $380,000 to a young actor accusing her of sexual abuse.

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N.K. Jemisin Wins Her 3rd Consecutive Hugo Award For Best Novel

It was not only a big night for Jemisin, but for many female authors and creatives at the Hugo Awards.

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Interview: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before Director Susan Johnson on a Possible Sequel and the Scene That Gets Her Every Time

Director Susan Johnson brought to life Jenny Han's To All the Boys I've Loved Before for Netflix and the result was a romantic comedy that wasn't only funny and lovely, but hugely important in centering the story of three Asian-American girls.

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Interview: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’s Janel Parrish Adores the Covey Girls as Much as You Do

Parrish, who's perhaps most recognizable from her role on Pretty Little Liars, speaks frankly about the challenges of being an Asian-American actress. 

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“F*ck that guy”: Michael Shannon, King of Movie Villains, Will Never Play Donald Trump

"I'm not going to remotely contemplate the notion that Trump is capable of deep reflection", says the Shape of Water actor.

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Kevin Spacey Film Billionaire Boys Club Earns a Staggering 425 Buckaroos in US Box Offices

Billionaire Boys Club, a crime drama film that was one of the last projects featuring Kevin Spacey prior to his sexual assault allegations, played in only 8 theaters.

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