The archetypal slashers were often bad, sticky mothers who kept their children freakishly attached.
We all know the story: In 1888, in London’s East End, Jack the Ripper killed five sex workers. And in the popular imagination, Jack is the center—and his victims, as sex workers, are dismissed as if they somehow deserved what they got or were asking for it.
The magic-wielding academic queers are at it again in season three of Brujos—and this time, they’re incorporating even more witchy content about sexually non-conforming people of color.
Ariel Gore’s fantastical memoir “We Were Witches” tells the story of a teenage mother and aspiring writer surviving the throws of Bush-era conservatism.
The Ghostbusters remake controversy is back from the dead this Halloween. Only this time it’s girls that are doing the haunting.
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