BoJack Horseman took its place in pop-culture very seriously. It made us laugh, cry and challenged us to be better people thanks to and despite our trauma. This article contains spoilers for Netflix's "BoJack Horseman" I’m not going to lie. I
Yennefer’s disability was exploited as a plot-point to further her emotional and physical journey as the writers saw fit. This essay mentions r/pe, suicide, and contains spoilers for The Witcher television series and books. By Laila Manack With The Witcher on its way
There’s no point to Black Hollywood if it’s gonna replicate the same structural oppressions that already exist in the entertainment industry at-large. The nominations for the 77th Golden Globes awards ceremony came out in December. And even more recently, nominations for
BoJack could easily be replaced with a number of men who are continually allowed to be violent as a mechanism for “healing” regardless of who they hurt. TW/CW: This essay contains discussions of drug and alcohol addiction By Gloria Oladipo The T.V.
The pain and terror of Black women and femmes is less important than the machinations of white women and this colors The Perfection. This essay contains spoilers for Netflix's "The Perfection." It also contains discussions of sexual abuse. "The Perfection" is the