Women of color like Therese Patricia Okoumou have been at the frontline of activism for centuries. But portraying them as super-human diminishes the very real struggles they face daily.
The Women’s March started a movement of resistance, while simultaneously pointing to white feminism’s inherent flaws. One year later, organizers and followers are planning a fresh attack.
There's a limit to how much the horrors exacted on the “gender traitors” of Gilead can suppress them because, as sexpert Tina Horn explains, queer sexuality inherently rejects the patriarchy.
Is it foolish to believe there will be an end to this madness? Is resistance futile? Offred/June is eager to find out in what is arguably the most riveting, gutting episode of the season.