I first watched “Modern Family” when it was fresh off its first season and had already won multiple awards. I was a freshman in highschool, lover of sitcoms, and casual feminist. I decided to watch the pilot, going in with a positive attitude, and the episode did not disappoint.
I did enjoy the movie, but I came away with a list of positives and negatives that was just a bit too balanced for me to give Ultron a glowing review overall. This pro/con balance was especially noticeable in the characterization of our female Avengers, and it’s what I’ve chosen to focus on here.
Bob’s Burgers is an animated series which is compiled of a loving and supporting family that is enticing to watch. And the star: Tina Belcher.
It was as if Osun herself was like, “You guys need to do this.”
“It’s difficult for people to step outside themselves. People have a tendency to disregard what isn’t in their reality. If they’re not experiencing it, then it’s not happening. Human traits are less and less forgivable. People need to understand that this is always happening and it needs to be dealt with.”
Cisgender people’s compassion for transgender rights is limited to the glamorization of Hollywood.
Her work’s significance cannot be unrecognized or underappreciated. Maria Agui Carter’s determination to the Latina story will forever be regarded as a crucial necessity for the expansion of Latina visibility in US history and beyond.
Because females really are strong as hell.
Netflix’s Daredevil, which premiered last Friday, is a TV series about a blind lawyer who doubles as a masked vigilante at night. It’s sort of a weird premise, but for the most part, it works.
A dinner table, with a placemat for every feminist I wish I could invite to my parties, lies in an angelic onyx triangle.