One of our most influential filmmakers said something that isn't easy to hear. But that doesn't make it any less true.
"I find it very frustrating that Muslim women are never really seen on the big screen."
If women from graphic novels could speak for themselves, they'd probably use their powers to protest how they're drawn.
Do not read this article. I repeat: do not read this article if you haven't seen the movie yet.
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The film industry portrays itself as LGBT-friendly, but big-budget movies are still relegating lesbian and bisexual women's stories to the shadows.
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I watched the trailer with high hopes for better representation. But I didn't feel empowered. I felt used.
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Remember when being called a nerd was the worst possible thing that could happen in your school years?
Okoye and W’Kabi are the best couple - just hear me out.
Being a person of color doesn't give you a free pass to be racist.