Her judgements contradicted the things she preached for in her speech.
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The quirky new show portrays chronic illness in a way that is respectful, accurate, and sorely needed in the TV landscape.
Allie Terry and Kayla Celius started #DefendGirlsNotPopPunk to fix a grave problem they saw in the punk music industry, and they've only just started.
For brown people, this childhood classic is everyday life.
Most famous for portraying Princess Leia in the "Star Wars" movies, Carrie Fisher was a talented writer and advocate for mental illness and substance abuse.
2016 is finally over, and after all we've been through, it's hard not to feel like Sideshow Bob stepping on rake after rake after rake.
"Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" took a baby step in diversifying the Potter-verse, but for it and the rest of the industry, there's a ways to go.
Esteemed directors Musker and Clements have finally cracked the modern heroine code by sticking to a pure story and laying off the hacky princess jokes.