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Review of Snowpiercer

I am going to preface this by saying that I really like off-the-wall movies. Like, I’m completely in love with them. Donnie Darko, Memento, The Village, Eagle Eye, Pontypool, Timecrimes…the list goes on. I’m a film fanatic in general, but there’s something about that little twist at the end that just sucks me in. If I actually have to map the movie out on a white board to understand it, it leaves me totally reeling and emotionally confused, or has an amazing twist, I’m on board. Continue reading Review of Snowpiercer

The Wonderful (and Necessary) World of Intersectionality

Let’s talk about privilege.

It’s going to make some people uncomfortable, but it’s time to iron out the basics. It won’t be going anywhere otherwise and we desperately need the space to talk about it.Progress is slow and feminism is finally shining in the spotlight, but feminism is not just about women. Continue reading The Wonderful (and Necessary) World of Intersectionality