Summer Brotman, University of California, Los Angeles
Set in a world where youth can shift between genders whenever they want, this webtoon highlights the intricacies of gender performance and individuality.
As you look for safe ways to spend time with your household or pod, this set of books may be just what you are looking for.
The isolation of life in the time of COVID-19 makes grief harder to cope with, but healing is still possible.
When considering giving someone a furry companion for the holidays, be mindful of the responsibilities. The best Christmas gift could in fact be a ‘Nintendog.’
The K-pop boy band illustrates life in the time of COVID-19 with their newest track.
Unlike the previous 2001 anime adaptation, the more recent series maintains the spirit seen in the original Japanese comic.
The animated web series examines the necessity of inclusivity, particularly in regards to gender and sexuality, as it breaks down the dynamics and social conventions of a fictional lion pride.
This YouTube series imagines the titular (some might say obnoxious) character of the original PBS children’s series as an adult — with the same off-putting mindset he had as a child.
Kenny Ortega, the creator of the iconic musical trilogy, strives to make another music-filled creative work — which might even be better than its predecessor.
The comedic musical YouTube channel is taking on their biggest battle yet.
The game of deception is easy to learn but difficult to master. Here’s how to avoid being killed — or if you’re playing as an Imposter, how to get away with eliminating your friends.
Even seven years after it was released, the time-travel film’s theme of treasuring the time spent with loved ones remains remarkably relevant, particularly during the pandemic.
By evoking both nostalgia and a sense of community, the classic game, particularly on private servers like Club Penguin Rewritten, provides a sense of refuge.
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