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Comedian Negin Farsad Talks About "How to Make White People Laugh"

Iranian-American comedian Negin Farsad is equal parts subversive and hilarious. 

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about #NoWomanEver, #miprimeracoso, and birth control apps.

Bisexual Erasure in Grace and Frankie

The show’s creators completely ignore the possibility that Robert and Sol could be sexually interested in both men and women.

Artist Lisa Hanawalt Talks Hot Dogs, Bojack Horseman, and Why It Helps to Give Anxiety a Name

Welcome to the land of talking dogs and poop jokes. Oh and also sincere, vulnerable feelings.

BitchTapes: CItyscapes

A mixtape of odes to American cities, from Seattle to Wichita.

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about Lois Duncan, pro-choice Satanists, and Orphan Black.

Popaganda: Who Writes Our History?

History isn't static—it's the stories we tell ourselves about the past. 

When Visibility Isn't Enough: Abigail Mills and the Failed Promise of "Sleepy Hollow"

All's fair in love and television. But that doesn’t mean everything’s equal.

Mitski’s New Album “Puberty 2” Hits All the Sad, Sweet Spots

The 25-year-old biracial punk poet's raw voice and fuzzy guitar guide listeners through the low times.

Reading "The X-Men" As a Queer Text

They're outcasts who choose their own family, explains comics scholar Ramzi Fawza. 

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