The spectacle held in Bad Girls Club's mass appeal was the promise of anti-Black violence, misogynoir, and the narrative exploitation of women who needed real help. By Monika Estrella Negra Bad Girls Club, in which a group of self-proclaimed "Bad Girls" are
The reason “The White Lotus” can’t fully commit to its critique on whiteness and power is simply because then white people wouldn’t watch it. By Ebony Purks HBO’s latest hit series The White Lotus aired its sixth and last episode on Aug.
'The White Lotus' says nothing at all, except for what we already know, which is that those who benefit from whiteness are very rarely willing to divest from it. By Arielle Gray [CN: this article contains spoilers for HBO’s “The White Lotus”] In
It’s strange to see myself in Wanda—a red-headed white woman with magical powers—but as a Black woman with PTSD, I understand her use of sitcoms to escape her trauma. This piece includes discussion of domestic violence, trauma, and mental illness. It