Karen Maine’s new film explores the coming-of-age of a Catholic schoolgirl (“Stranger Things” star Natalia Dyer). And it’s pretty spot-on.
Kyndall Cunningham is a freelance culture critic based in Baltimore. Her writing covers a variety of topics including race, gender, sexuality and class in film, television and pop culture. You can read her work at kyndall-cunningham.com.
Yeezy’s “Ultralight Beam” accomplice got roasted all day on Twitter for his strange, vague and hours-long argument about why Kanye is a better choice than Biden to take on Trump.
For years, white “feminist” comics like Tina Fey, Amy Schumer, Sarah Silverman and others mocked race via “ironic racism”—or “meta-disparagement humor.” But no more.
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