There are ways to manage the isolating and often unspoken struggles being on “the market.” Here are seven ideas to start the conversation.
A bevy of alarmingly disdainful reviewers has flocked to The Newsroom. Unfortunately, it’s the fans they’re sneering at.
Bob’s Burgers’ Tina Belcher is arguably the program’s breakout character and has the potential to be one of American broadcast television’s most subversive girl characters.
As DirecTV, Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon emerge as players in content distribution, we are seeing evidence of active campaigning by production studios finding new homes for their canceled shows.
A farewell to Phyllis Diller from a reverent scholar-fan.
“My love’s too big for you my love”: an offering for those who admired Alexander Doty and his work (as well as those who enjoy Glee’s Kurt Hummel).
Beyond the issue of depicting same-sex intimacy, Husbands does not really challenge the current norms of queer visibility.
The “pins” on display on Pinterest demonstrate postfeminism in their mixed messages regarding contemporary femininity.
The contemporary remake of the 1976 film works to reshape the ways in which mass mediated blackness is understood.
Ruby Sparks questions limited and unrealistic representations of women, as well as the familiar tropes of the romantic comedy.
If the opening ceremony for the 2012 Olympics was full of sound and fury, the closing ceremony signified nothing.
Devices like Roku that sync existing television sets with the Internet are imperfect technologies.
I hope through my writing and my teaching, Doty will have many more students in the years to come.
Alexander Doty’s work has inspired my own as a young academic; he will continue to inform and empower young queer individuals like myself long after his or my time.