Often, when we point out ways in which we are marginalized or oppressed, we are told that we’re being a “killjoy,” or that we’re “lecturing people.” But how are we supposed to make change unless we point out things that are unfair and annoying? By Kristen Cochrane.
Predictably, misogynistic bros on the internet are whining about the new Ghostbusters movie that stars four women. Some are saying the new film will “ruin their childhoods,” which were devoted to Ghostbusters’ male characters. But it is possible for a movie to retrospectively ruin a misogynist’s childhood? Matthew Cull says… maybe.
Once in a blue moon it’s good to take a break from scrolling through Instagram and consume some “real” information. Below are 5 of the best pieces of internet that I’ve consumed recently. I’m pretty sure that watching/reading them will make you a smarter and/or happier person (or at least more interesting to talk to at a dinner party). – Karley