This is a good book, not shy of taking on the difficult themes that any Hebrew Bible/Old Testament-based story will inevitably involve.
All I see when I look at Schumer’s photo for the Pirelli calendar is a privileged cis woman smugly staring out at the camera.
On Jessica Jones, the trauma is present from the start and so is the recovery.
According to some people, Hillary Clinton is not a mainstream Democrat who’s carved out a groundbreaking career in politics, but a blood-drenched, boner-killing, venom-dripping hellbeast out to destroy America.
I’m glad Hermione exists. But I wish I lived in a world where she was the center of the story.
Greer is actively endangering trans women with her hateful comments and reinforcement of social attitudes that lead to deaths, beatings, torture, and discrimination.
This is a television show about secrets.
Petosky won’t be the last person to run up against transphobia from the TSA or an air carrier.
What’s important for many of us isn’t transition, but what comes after — and young readers too need to see that life goes on after transition.
As buzz builds up around the episode and the casting, there will be pushback on the decision to cast a trans actress in a cis role.