Elisabeth Moss Defends Her Feminism

Elisabeth Moss Defends Her Feminism

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Elisabeth Moss Defends Her Feminism
Elisabeth Moss Defends Her Feminism
BY Kevin Fallon
Stars Elisabeth Moss and Samira Wiley discuss how the Hulu series is indeed a feminist story. It’s also a horror series, and a cautionary tale in Trump’s America.
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Hasan Minhaj Roasts An Absent Trump
Hasan Minhaj Roasts An Absent Trump
BY Marlow Stern
The ‘Daily Show’ correspondent did a fine job emceeing the bizarre event, but the absence of the Trump administration and the somber media crowd proved an unwelcome combination.
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Ferrell's Dubya Crashes Sam Bee's Party
Ferrell’s Dubya Crashes Sam Bee’s Party
BY Matt Wilstein
The very special guest at Samantha Bee’s ‘Not the White House Correspondents’ Dinner’ was the 43rd president of the United States.
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Inside Ja Rule's Fyre Festival Disaster
Inside Ja Rule’s Fyre Festival Disaster
BY Amy Zimmerman
It was supposed to a luxurious weekend in the Bahamas, with tickets ranging from $4,000 to $250,000. Instead, festivalgoers say, “it looked like a refugee camp."
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Porn Industry Irate Over Netflix Show
Porn Industry Irate Over Netflix Show
BY Aurora Snow
In addition to the show’s exploitative nature, some in the adult industry claim they were tricked into participating in the series.
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Twin Peaks' Denise Is A Trans Heroine
Twin Peaks’ Denise Is A Trans Heroine
BY Samantha Allen
At a time when transgender characters on TV and film were killers, villains, or just mocked, the equality accorded to David Duchovny’s Denise in ‘Twin Peaks’ stood out.
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The Story Behind Ellen's Coming Out
The Story Behind Ellen’s Coming Out
BY Kevin Fallon
Twenty years ago, Ellen DeGeneres came out on her ABC sitcom, a move that nearly cost her career. On the anniversary of ‘The Puppy Episode,’ its writers remember scripting history.
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The Scared Boy in the Photograph
The Scared Boy in the Photograph
BY Amy Zimmerman
The new doc ‘Elián,’ premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival, examines the story of the boy torn between two countries and the power struggle that ensued (plus an odd Trump cameo).
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How Hip-Hop Predicted the L.A. Riots
How Hip-Hop Predicted the L.A. Riots
BY Stereo Williams
To mark the 25th anniversary of the L.A. riots, Stereo Williams analyzes hip-hop’s role in both predicting them, and continuing their legacy.
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Dear Racist Trolls: Watch This Show
Dear Racist Trolls: Watch This Show
BY Matt Wilstein
The filmmaker-turned-Netflix showrunner thinks his racist trolls will identify with the black characters in ‘Dear White People.’
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