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Aug 13
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I've Watched Everything and Nothing

For the duration of my life, I have prided myself on my ability to sit on the couch and watch whatever was in front of me, even if it was bad, for hours on end. Some might call this laziness, but I prefer to look at it as being open-minded enough to give just about anything a chance. This skill has opened my eyes to

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Please Don't Try to Do a Split Right Now

Summer music is music best enjoyed in the company of other sweaty bodies pressed against yours—in a dark bar, a crowded backyard, or the privacy of your own home. This summer, we are not allowed to press our bodies against strangers and so it feels quite rude of Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion to release “WAP” into

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<i>Yes, God, Yes</i> Wants to End Sexual Shame

It’s never been a secret that religion and healthy relationships to sexuality are usually at opposite ends of a very unnecessary binary. But Yes, God, Yes, the directorial debut of Obvious Child writer Karen Maine, gets at why sex-negative religious instruction is so harmful to developing teens, and how it hurts teen

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