by Briana Hernandez “It sucks that we can’t shop together,” a straight-sized friend confessed to me recently. “It’s not fair.” Cue the heavenly harp music. Someone gets it. Someone who has never navigated life in a fat body. Allies are real.
From his distrust of "the government" to his appreciation for "curvy" (or "sturdy") women, Tom Hanks' Doug holds a lot in common with black Americans. This doesn't mean racial divisions are an illusion. In the wrong creative hands, the appearance of
Leslie Jones has become the internet scums' dumping ground. She embodies everything that these disgusting trolls hate: an empowered woman who happens to be Black, who isn't considered beautiful by Eurocentric beauty standards, who towers above most people regardless of sex or
by Rafaella Gunz Last month, the revamped version of the 1980s smash Ghostbusters was released, featuring an all-female cast of Ghostbusters. The film was heralded by many, including some of the stars, as a “girl power” flick. Melissa McCarthy, who plays Abby
“Ain’t no bitches gonna hunt no ghosts,” Kristen Wiig’s Erin Gilbert reads from a comment in an online forum in the new Ghostbusters, echoing the misogynistic sentiment of Men’s Rights Activists, Internet trolls and other sexist man-babies about the much-anticipated