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Rosa Diaz: The Bisexual Avenger

Somedays I'm really jealous of the youth for getting to have the representation that I did not get to have as a child.

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine Just Had a Major Revelation for a Core Character


If you clicked on the title then I'm guessing that you either don't care about spoilers or are all caught up on the amazing show "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." 

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“I Will Not Be Shamed”: Terry Crews Describes Assault By Agent Adam Venit

"This guy, again, he's one of the most powerful men in Hollywood, and he looked at me in the end as if, 'Who's going to believe you?'"

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In Celebration of Latinx Heritage Month, Here Are Some of TMS’ Favorite TV Latinas

We are currently in the midst of Latinx Heritage Month, and there is a lot of greatness to be celebrated. As we are a site that trades in pop culture and feminism, we started thinking about all of the awesome Latina characters we love in some of our favorite media. Now, without further ado, I present to you TMS' favorite TV Latinas (in no particular order, because they're all badass).

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Happy Friendsgiving: 5 Lessons From Pop Culture About Spending Holidays Away From Home

These days, more and more of us are moving farther and farther away from our families for various reasons and can't always "get home" for holidays. The family of the 21st century is made up of friends, so when you celebrate Friendsgiving, you are celebrating with family.

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine Allows Us to Find Humor in the Police Post-Ferguson

"This one says DIE PIG, and they didn't even put a comma between Die and Pig."

Brooklyn Nine-Nine is one of the best comedies on television right now. Not only because it's hilarious, or because of its cast's diversity and the show's constant challenging of gender roles, but because it allows us to spend time with good police officers and laugh, even as it examines the public's complicated relationship with the police in a post-Ferguson United States.

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Things We Saw Today: Hogwarts Nine-Nine Gives You the Potter/Cop Comedy Mash-Up You Didn’t Know You Needed

You love Harry Potter. You love FOX's Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Now, you can love them both at the same time on this awesome Tumblr, Hogwarts Nine-Nine.

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The Quiet, Progressive Nature of Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Why aren't you watching yet?

Even if I didn’t love the show and all it’s characters, if I wasn’t invested in their relationships, I’d still be pleased with how inclusive the show is.

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Bill Freakin’ Hader Is Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s Brand New Captain

Continuing the storied tradition of SNL members working together on everything, Bill Hader was just announced as a new captain on Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

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The Strength of Arrow‘s Laurel Lance and Other Women of Television

Heck yeah, female characters!

It has been a wonderful season for women in television despite how lackluster it’s been for them in film, and for evidence you need to look no further than Laurel Lance on the CW’s Arrow. (But of course, we'll look further anyway!)

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