Ava DuVernay’s adaptation of the classic children’s book isn’t about budgets, creative license, or even Oprah. It’s a film by and for awkward Black girls. Finally.
DAME talks with blogger and herpes activist Ella Dawson.
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Neither “sponsored” by a spouse nor parents, the writer, like so many women artists, creates her work on stolen time. So why do we only hear about those who can be kept, or afford to drop out?
What we’ll be listening to, watching, and reading to sate our pop culture needs.
The Community star talks with DAME about her leading role in a post-DOMA gal-pal film, and what keeps her grounded in La-La Land.
Sitcom veteran Justine Bateman does. And in her brief, irreverent history of TV comedy, she pinpoints the one person who can save the overused comic convention from itself: Lena Dunham.
Blowout fights, unfiltered judgment, and scandalous hook-ups make gripping television, and expose the true complexities of our closest connections.
Maybe fraught romantic situations don’t serve our TV heroines well in the long run.
ICYMI, hit rewind: This is the definitive series about being young and single amid a great metropolis.