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The Best Female Revenge Movies to Stream Right Now

Have you heard about our lord and savior Dolly Parton?
Kristen Yoonsoo Kim
5.4.18
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Watching Cartoon Animals Grapple with Capitalist Misogyny Will Fuck You Up

"Aggretsuko," the new Netflix show from the makers of Hello Kitty, uses the language of my childhood to express the miseries of my adulthood.
Sara David
5.3.18
Film
Film

The Rachel Dolezal Documentary Is a Hollow, Manipulative Spectacle

'The Rachel Divide' paints a sympathetic picture of Dolezal without responsibly engaging with the realities of race in America. It's very clear that this film is not for Black women such as myself.
Zoé Samudzi
4.24.18
Culture
Culture

How NASA Stopped 13 Women from Being the First Women in Space

The "Mercury 13" planned to be the first female astronauts to attempt spaceflight, undergoing rigorous training in a private program — until NASA found out about them.
Bedatri Datta Choudhury
4.24.18
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The Best Scary Movies on Netflix Starring Women

Order a bagel and turn off your phone—an Anne Rice adaptation is waiting for you.
Diana Tourjée
4.19.18
Film
Film

How 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall' Flipped the Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Trope

The risqué rom-com tries its best to rectify the genre's flaws—and still holds up ten years later.
Kristen Yoonsoo Kim
4.17.18
Culture
Culture

9 Movies to Watch on Netflix When You're Going Through a Break-Up

Netflix would never hurt you like that.
Leila Ettachfini
4.12.18
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NETFLIX

Become an Instant Film Snob with These 10 Movies on Netflix

It can be daunting to find something actually worth watching—but we're here to help.
Kristen Yoonsoo Kim
4.6.18
Film
Film

How Netflix's Newest Star Is Subverting the Coming-of-Age Genre

In "First Match," Elvire Emanuelle portrays Mo, a tough yet vulnerable girl who grew up in foster care and decides to join the boys wrestling team.
Tasbeeh Herwees
3.30.18
Culture
Culture

'Queer Eye' Uses Women for an Unconvincing Emotional Payoff

The beloved show's reliance on women for climactic affirmation cruelly robs them of their free will, or even the capacity to appear as fully realized human beings.
Sirin Kale
3.27.18
Culture
Culture

9 Documentaries on Netflix that Tell the Stories of Incredible Women

Take a break from bingeing reality TV and dive into the lives of these remarkable women.
Leila Ettachfini
3.26.18
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NETFLIX

In 'Seven Seconds,' Black Women Take on the Task of Holding Police Accountable

Clare-Hope Ashitey tells Broadly about portraying a Black lawyer confronting the American judicial system's racism in the new Netflix series.
Candice Frederick
3.9.18