It’s just you, your own fogged-up reflection, and the steam-muffled echo of your own voice reminding you that you walk alone.
We are making progress with LGBTQ+ representation on TV, but it still isn’t quite there, and Drag Race is a perfect example of the kind of entertainment we need to see more of.
Google Arts & Culture isn’t just about mildly offending you by comparing you to a bearded nobleman (every single time, no matter what angle the camera faces you).
However, even in its early years the Grammys faced accusations that their selections were limited and outdated.
One of the pieces I found most striking in the collection was a work dealing with Friedrich Nietzsche’s many problematic writings on womanhood and femininity in general.
“Everything is satire. People are going to express lots of passionate fake opinions.” – Megan Milton, co-producer
The show follows two teenagers in England, James (Alex Lawther) and Alyssa (Jessica Barden), as they end up on a modern-day Bonnie and Clyde-esque adventure.
Creating several worlds, connecting them with subtle background hints, keeping things internally consistent throughout, and planning everything out before the launch of one’s published writing career is, to say the least, ambitious.