As the devoted yet deranged mother to Friday the 13th’s Jason, Pamela Voorhees is Grendel’s mother from Beowulf reborn.
Despite strict censorship and a general social attitude of intolerance, LGBT+ filmmakers have always found creative ways to use horror to tell their stories.
During the painful decades of McCarthy-era persecution, queer-coded monsters were a campy yet quiet reminder that LGBT+ moviegoers weren’t alone.
Love is messy. These LGBT+ artists capture all the beautiful and complicated dimensions of that mess in their songs.
As ancestry DNA tests like MyTrueAncestry or 23andMe gain in popularity, the gaps in their data and findings become increasingly more apparent for the people who have been missing from the research for decades.
We can’t all come from well-adjusted families. Try out these bands when you need some catharsis this holiday season.
These books about immigration explore the nuances of the immigration experience in the United States.
Women make up roughly half of our population and yet they remain underrepresented in medical research.
Why did HP Lovecraft name his cat a racist slur? We answer that question and provide you with 10 alternative works of literature by black authors.
Small businesses can make a huge imprint on the communities they’re involved in. Here are the ways your small business can be a better ally.
In this article: The Panic of 1819 was an economic depression that laid bare the human, environmental, and economic consequences of building an economy on slavery and unrestrained exploitation of natural resources. Slavery and a lack of minimum wage laws for wage laborers made for an economy with weak circulation as so few of its […]
The U.S. is one of two countries to have a for-profit cash bail system. Here’s how bail works and how we could be doing it better.
Biden’s widespread debt relief has brought scammers out of the woodwork. Watch out for these red flags of student loan forgiveness scams.
Stand-up comedy took shape over the course of the last 150-odd years and women have been there helping shape it from day one. Here are some of those women.
This reading list will take you through the history of labor in America and give readers an in-depth look at the strategies and methods for unionizing and movement building.
Some states are now requiring companies to post a salary range in job descriptions. Here’s how that small change could help workers.