Why aren’t men more worried about their fathers, sons, and brothers when it comes to misogyny and accountability?
This week, Global Comment’s editors are exploring reads on whaling culture, the future of public housing, and more. Join us!
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This week, Global Comment editors are reading about women in fracking country, the French election, Muslims in America, and conditions in Syria.
Three poems from Prerna Bakshi’s Burnt rotis, with love explore colonialism, identity, the personal, and the political. This taste of her work will leave you longing for more.
Star Wars, like most science fiction and fantasy epics, has a bit of a gender problem.
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.
“Guardians of the Galaxy” is being billed as a “different” kind of Marvel movie. In many ways, that’s true: It takes place in a distant part of the galaxy, and a fictional reality that’s only loosely linked to any of the existing Marvel franchises. It’s also looser and less self-serious than any of those franchises: …
It’s hard to focus on what marginalized people are saying, when they’re reduced to a collection of photos for the purpose of telling us that they’re “hot.” The act of finding those voices and listening to them is harder than taking a photo.