One Day at a Time left me feeling uplifted and happy as the credits rolled on the last episode of the season.
Craig’s The Edge of Seventeen joins the ranks of In a World… and Obvious Child, making a (somehow still) bold statement that perhaps the people who can best write and direct female characters and actors, are in fact, women themselves.
A few months ago, I purchased three pairs of THINX, tried them out, and loved them despite a few bumps in the road.
There are some book series that you discover when you’re young that help to form who you are. Sadly, those books don’t always hold up under time but The Circle of Magic by Tamora Pierce does, even after fourteen years.
Why these well-developed, three-dimensional and amazing characters – all of whom are either lesbian or bisexual – matter.
This isn’t going to be a bashing article. This isn’t even going to be a negative review about a movie.
This is, plain and simple, why I could not find it in me to love the newest entry in J.K. Rowling’s ever-expanding Harry Potter franchise.