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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.
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As intellectual property laws become stricter, fanfiction finds fewer places to exist and has even landed in U.S. federal court. But remaking popular stories is a tale as old as time.
Before we had r/nosleep and the SCP Foundation, Creepypasta characters paved the way for a new genre of horror unique to the internet.
Compulsory heterosexuality or comphet describes the pressure to conform to gender and sexuality norms. Here are the quiet ways it harms queer women.
On top of the mystery behind the origins of Goldschlager, there are several myths about the gold-infused schnapps.
Is a Gary Stu really less common than a Mary Sue — or do we just only recognize the ridiculousness of flawless protagonists when they’re women?
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It sounds cool (and maybe a little intimidating) but what is chaos magic? Here’s a quick guide to the DIY theory of magic.
We’ve all heard of bungee jumping. But did you know that it was inspired by the centuries-old ritual of the Vanuatuan land divers?
Every year, nearly two million people flock to this small Colombian city for Carnaval de Barranquilla. Here’s what to expect.
Ink wells, plaid pea coats, and Greek poetry. These are a few of Dark Academia’s favorite things in an age when arts and humanities are increasingly devalued.
These unpopular opinions are the hills I will die on.
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