Whether they’re reclaiming stolen kingdoms or combatting misogynistic monarchies, give it up for these powerful women in science fiction and fantasy.
Puts on detective cap.
Jon Mooallem’s This Is Chance! tells the story of the worst earthquake in US history, but its themes of community are universal.
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Get these spring releases on your TBLT — aka To Be Listened To — list, pronto.
“Operation Varsity Blues” looks beyond the scandal’s celebrity protagonists and exposes a rotten system.
“People sometimes seem to think that treating Asian women as exotic sex objects is somehow a compliment for us, when it's actually something that contributes to violence against us.”
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The Kardashians don’t need a show to explain themselves anymore.
Yes, it brought us that controversial Taylor Swift joke. Still, it’s as watchable as you’d expect.
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Stop the glorification of busy, busy schedules.
Gabriela Garcia's poignant debut lets readers travel through history alongside multiple generations of resilient, complicated Cuban and Cuban American women.
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BuzzFeed News talked with four former contestants who say the franchise didn’t support them when they heard insensitive comments from fellow contestants and received racist abuse from fans.
These two critically acclaimed films highlight the dangers of a capitalistic structure that views older people as expendable.
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Jonas goes for depth in Spaceman, and mostly gets lost in the shuffle.
For decades, many of us have been building a future where we could be connected while apart. COVID made that necessary. Turns out I hate it.
A reality show where people decide between a dream wedding and a forever home feels different in our pandemic era.
Kaitlyn Greenidge's spectacular second novel, an eco-thriller from Jeff VanderMeer, a chilling deep dive into a true ghost story, and so much more.
“I need a lot more socialization than I originally thought I did.”
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A theory circulating on TikTok argues someone is just taking a picture of influencers holding up their phones.
The popular daytime TV show seems to exploit the vulnerable people coming on the program for help.
The sequel to the 1988 hit is not without its problems, but it’s still mostly fun.
Larger men in Hollywood are expected to grin and bear constant jokes and scrutiny about their weight.