Camille’s desire to pin text to her body is ironically as mutilating and violent as men’s desire to pin women down as either virginal or promiscuous.
We all need women who make us want to challenge the patriarchy, and most importantly encourage us to stand up for ourselves.
She makes you question the notion that there is an essential feminism, one true feminism to govern all of womankind.
The song, which critiques race relations in the US, is as painfully relevant today as it was three decades ago.
'A Brief History of Time' doesn't just make science accessible to us, it also opens the door for us to get involved in the deep mysteries occupying scientists today.
In this frustrating political climate, 'Mulk' is a reminder of the power and subversive potential of cinema.
What 'Queer Eye' commodifies best is not queer culture, but the good natured compassion, excitement and love that results between the Fab Five and their hero.