Alyssa Alexander, SUNY Buffalo State
The fourth season of the HBO comedy-drama focuses on Issa and Molly’s friendship, as well as important issues like toxic masculinity and postpartum depression. Let’s discuss.
Even nearly 20 years later, this classic graphic novel from the author of ‘Persepolis’ stands up for women, not just in Iran, but worldwide.
Who will Devi choose? The supportive Ben who happens to be in a relationship, or the available bad boy Paxton?
Celebrities like the Kardashians and companies like H&M are praised for the styles that black people are derided for, then profit off of the publicity caused by the anger.
With no dark-skin representation, the show is continuing the harmful idea that only light-skinned black people are worth casting.
The magazine has been a shadow of its former self for years. Will it be able to keep up in the online publishing world?
Society is redefining what it means to be masculine and feminine. What does that mean for a culture rooted in gender roles?
The show delves into the traumatic effects of domestic abuse and sexual assault, along with many other relevant issues.
Pole dancing is becoming widely accepted for parties and fitness, but stripping remains vilified. So, what’s the difference?
It got so bad that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex decided to leave their royal duties behind and move to another country.
Sometimes financial aid and a regular job isn’t enough to pay those college loans, but is it worth it?
Despite its endorsement from Oprah, Jeanine Cummins’ book about the life of a Mexican woman is having a damaging impact on minorities.
While many communities are celebrating mental health awareness, it still faces a large stigma in the black community thanks to centuries of racism.
Why is this romance so important? You won’t see stereotypical tropes about black people here — just couples trying to navigate the tricky world of love.
You won’t see too many black creators advertised on the video-sharing site, so here’s something to help get you started.
Violent, dark and gritty. Here’s why these superheroines deserve as much recognition as their idealized counterparts, like Wonder Woman.
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