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Watching 'Jeopardy!' Every Night Keeps Me From Clawing at the Walls

"Jeopardy!" reminds me that the history of the world is so much bigger than our meatloaf-brained president or Facebook giving away everyone's data like free orange chicken samples in a mall food court.
Gabby Noone
3.4.19
Film

How to Film a Sex Scene In a Safe, Respectful, and Chill Way

The intimacy coordinator from Netflix's "Sex Education" explains how to approach even the raunchiest scenes with sensitivity.
Zoe Whitfield
2.20.19
Review

'I Am the Night' Unearths New Details of Hollywood's Black Dahlia Murder

Patty Jenkins’ new TNT series uncovers new details connected to the infamous Black Dahlia murder of the 1940s—and explores it as a story of racial identity.
Peg Aloi
2.5.19
Op-Ed

'Broad City' Gave Us the Loser Women We Needed

Loserdom is a universal state of being, yet it’s traditionally been played by straight, white men, for whom failure has the lowest stakes.
Annie Fell
1.29.19
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A Drunk Horse Gave Me the Best Professional Advice I Ever Received

How sneaking clips of "BoJack Horseman" at the office helped one newfound corporate professional cope with workplace stress.
Elyse Fox
12.10.18
Drag Race

Kacey Musgraves Will Be the First Guest Judge on New 'Drag Race All-Stars'

Yeehaw, bitch!
Sara David
11.12.18
Books

'Ask Polly' Advice Columnist Heather Havrilesky On How To Survive 2018

"What If This Were Enough?" author and professional advice-giver Heather Havrilesky tells us how to make it through the present doom-filled moment.
Marta Bausells
10.29.18
Culture

7 Shows to Watch While Waiting for 'Wonder Woman 1984'

The sequel to "Wonder Woman" was pushed back to 2020, but Gal Gadot fan or not, here are a few suggestions to help get your superwoman fix.
Danielle Kwateng-Clark
10.25.18
tv

Witchcraft in TV and Movies Has Always Been Gay as Hell

From Willow and Tara in "Buffy" to Sabrina the Teenage Witch's co-parenting aunts, pop culture has always had a magical queer streak.
Sophie Wilkinson
10.18.18
Television

This New Netflix Show Is About an Afro-Colombian, Time-Traveling Teen Witch

"Siempre Bruja" tells the story of a 19-year-old who is burnt at the stake in the 17th century and wakes up in present-day Cartagena.
Zing Tsjeng
10.12.18
Interviews

Director Desiree Akhavan Is Flipping the Script on Coming-Out Stories

The filmmaker behind 'The Bisexual' and 'The Miseducation of Cameron Post' is addressing the complexities of sexual orientation in her work. It also coincidentally parallels her real life.
Zing Tsjeng
10.3.18
tv

'Paris Hilton's My New BFF' Was the Best Worst Reality TV Show

On the tenth anniversary of the MTV show, its producers reveal that the chance to win Hilton's friendship was only ever meant to be a joke—albeit one that nobody got.
Sirin Kale
10.3.18
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