In the last eight years, fans have gotten some of the most intriguing Sims 4 characters. Here are some of their backstories.
Disinformation vs. Misinformation: why the terms aren’t interchangeable and why both are still a problem.
Whether it’s sheer nostalgia or a practical decision, some old tech is making an unexpected comeback. Here’s the latest new old tech.
It’s time we acknowledge and address the disproportionate harm the climate crisis is doing to women.
Figuring out why the L goes first in LGBT gives us an interesting clue into a painful period of LGBT+ history.
TV and movies have long downplayed or erased queerness in the stories they tell. Here’s an incomplete list of characters who’ve fallen victim to this straightwashing.
Conservatives pretend homophobia and enforced heteronormativity are deeply rooted human traditions. These ancient civilizations where it was okay to be gay prove otherwise.
Her fatal accident happened over 20 years ago, but the royal is more beloved than ever. Watch these movies about Princess Diana to learn about her life and legacy.
Gaslighting is one of the most insidious forms of psychological abuse. And it’s not just found in intimate relationships.
They built the film industry but now they’re scarcely seen behind the camera or in writers’ rooms. Here’s why women filmmakers are few and far between.
Amazon Prime’s The Wilds is part survival drama, part slumber party, but its feminist messaging is a little uneven.
With 75 acting credits to her name, Chloë Grace Moretz has done a little bit of everything. Here are her 10 best roles, according to IMDb.
Are you bi or is it just comphet? That’s the eternal question for queer women raised in a cis-hetero normative society.
In this article: Kaitlyn Dever has acted in TV shows, commercials, and eventually, films, since she was 13, giving her a resume that could make a veteran jealous. Across 37 acting credits in the last 12 years, she’s done a little bit of everything from comedy to drama, and has worked with — and learned […]
Compulsory heterosexuality or comphet describes the pressure to conform to gender and sexuality norms. Here are the quiet ways it harms queer women.
Some brands are exploiting consumers’ goodwill with greenwashing, marketing tricks that make unsustainable products seem eco-friendly.