The controversial 'Black Mirror' season-four finale takes on our culture's obsession with Black torture porn, bringing it to a devastating catharsis.
Spike Lee's Netflix serial adaptation of "She's Gotta Have It" is the latest example that pop culture is FINALLY starting to represent female sexuality on our terms.
The harrowing post–Election 2016 tale about a Trumpist cult leader who’s seduced, then betrayed, people from the margins is the kind of cathartic story we need to process right now.
Despite the wide variety of complex female characters, there’s a surprising dearth of realistic depictions of motherhood on TV comedies. It’s time to re-draw the sitcom mom.
Women have long been ruling the comedy landscape. It’s time Hollywood, the media, and men everywhere recognized that.
With the casting of Jodie Whittaker as the 13th Doctor, are we finally turning a corner on how pop culture regards women? Or are these feminist strides just a fantasy.
In the season one finale, Gilead's veneer of austerity begins to crack, and even the most devout women lording over the handmaidens may be reaching their breaking point.
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.
As it turns out, the sanctimonious evangelical Commanders are just as hypocritical and corrupt in dystopic Gilead as their evangelical GOP lawmaking counterparts in present-day U.S.A.