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Things We Saw Today: Free Nazi-Punching Film Festival in Brooklyn Tomorrow

Punch will also be served. The drink kind, not the fist kind. Unless you're a Nazi.

“Fash Bash: A Night of Nazi-Punching on Film” is a film festival featuring “clips from movies in which people are resisting and protesting fascism.” It’s hosted by the fine folks over at the New Inquiry, and will take place in Brooklyn at Verso Books Loft. Also, it’s free, so go enjoy some Nazi-punching. (via IndieWire, Featured Image via Paramount)

  • Dear Black Girl is a program based out of the Bronx “with the mission to inspire, encourage and uplift young girls, teaching them to love and believe in themselves.” Ellen DeGeneres set up a GoFundMe page for the program, and is asking her fans to help donate to keep the program going. It’s a great cause, so why not hand over some moneydollars, eh?
  • Donald Trump reportedly prefers that the women working in the White House “dress like women.” So of course, when the internet found out about that, they had a field day coming up with the best snarky responses. (via Yahoo News)
... uh, it's from the TMS image archives.

… uh, it’s from the TMS image archives.

Sometimes you just wanna order in pizza, am I right? Domino’s is all about making that easier, and they’ve devised a way for you to order Domino’s Pizza right from Facebook Messenger. So you know, if you’re up late feeling kinda down, how about instead of sending a message you might regret to your ex, why don’t you just order a pizza instead? A nice pan pizza won’t judge you and ask for nudes. (via TechCrunch)

  • Kong: Skull Island producer Alex Garcia said that a lot off the visuals in the film were drawn from Miyazaki’s work, specifically Princess Mononoke. Well, damn, with a reference like that… (via The Daily Dot)
  • Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom have dropped Ivanka Trump’s brand, removing all product associated with her from their shelves. (via Business Insider)

What’d you see today, friends?

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Jessica Lachenal is a writer who doesn’t talk about herself a lot, so she isn’t quite sure how biographical info panels should work. But here we go anyway. She's the Weekend Editor for The Mary Sue, a Contributing Writer for The Bold Italic (thebolditalic.com), and a Staff Writer for Spinning Platters (spinningplatters.com). She's also been featured in Model View Culture and Frontiers LA magazine, and on Autostraddle. She hopes this has been as awkward for you as it has been for her.