Netflix’s original series Never Have I Ever by Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher is the coming of age dramedy I … More
We are gearing up for the pumpkin lattes (and really, pumpkin everything), fall jackets and boots, scarves, and of course the fall television line up. I’m very excited this year because this summer has given me hope that there will be more intersectional feminist shows coming soon.
Here are my summer faves!
Okay, alright, by now you’re tired of everyone’s #renewsense8 rants but hear me out. The creators are transgender sisters, Lana and Lili Wachowski, the duo behind The Matrix, and the show features four women of color as their leads and they are all bad ass, smart women. What’s not to love? I wish I could see more characters like these on television, especially WOC in positions of power. These ladies have bigger problems than finding the perfect dress, shoes or guy.
Do I wish they had more WOC? Do I wish one of them was played by an afro-latina? Do I wish there was one cluster exclusively made up of WOC? YES, YES, YES!
But until then, here are my favorite intersectional feminist ladies of Sense8. These characters seem ideal pieces in a liberal agenda but their love, their family issues, their fears, and self-doubt make them real and total achievable #feminstgoals
While browsing the web I found this gem of a video: Sexual Objectification. In this piece, Laci Green, the host, discusses … More
“We are blessed as witches and cursed as women.” Piper Halliwell (Charmed, “Just Harried” 3.15) 2013 has been the year … More