236 Say Her Name: Analyzing Episode 8 Season 3 of The Handmaid’s Tale

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Exhausted from business travel and Pride, we skip the news and stuff in the middle and tear into the latest episode of The Handmaid’s Tale. Content Warning for more black deaths, undisguised racism, and spoilers.

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235 Democratic Debates, Rounds 1 & 2 (Plus More About The Handmaid’s Tale…We Know, We Know.)

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We’re chatting today about the first two rounds of the Democratic debates, and we are talking about episode 7 of season 5 of The Handmaid’s Tale because they’ve seriously gone too far.

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234 Pink Cheeks & Parasols: The White-Centricity of Sun Exposure Guidelines

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We are discussing a fascinating article this week that reveals controversial information about the benefits of sunlight on skin, and how the guidelines we follow are, well, pretty damn racist.

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233 Black Mirror Season 5: Striking Vipers Analysis

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We’re back this week talking about the Striking Vipers episode from season 5 of Black Mirror – the episode that has been equally raved about and ripped apart online. We bring our freshly queer eyes and analysis to the episode!

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232 Black Mirror Season 5: Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too Analysis

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We’re digging into our feelings around the latest season of Black Mirror, starting with Episode 2 and 3, focusing mostly on Episode 3 titled Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too. Oh honey…

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231 Media Analysis: The Handmaid’s Tale (First Three Episodes of Season 3) = The Whitest Worst

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The Handmaid’s Tale is at it again, and by it, we mean White Feminism. Lingering close-ups of June’s snarls have us ranting about all the ways in which this show is an irresponsible tale of fragility and entitlement.

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