Came to the comments for exactly this.
Universal health care, basic income, child care, elder care, education, and housing. Tax the fuck out of the rich. Get off fossil fuels.
OMG could Jezebel PLEASE stop using the term “anti-abortion” and start using the term “anti-choice?” The goal here is to perpetuate the patriarchy through the subjugation of women and their bodies...not “save babies.” Please.
So...weddings are a death cult, not marriages. Thanks for the misleading headline!
My fave from this (truly excellent) episode is Annie’s sexy baby song:
Please stop using the word “childless” and start using “childfree” or “without children.” Childless is a loaded term.
“According to court filings, lawyers for the state said California met benchmarks, and argued that if certain potential parolees were given a faster track out of prison, it would negatively affect the prison’s labor programs, including one that allowed certain inmates to fight California’s wildfires for about $2 a day. Read more
And also as “non-violent” - as though the sexual violence she facilitated doesn’t count.
Troll alert, disregard.
Hot take: The Outsider and Cheer are both very good. Cheer is slow to start, but I was hooked by the end of episode 2. The Outsider is a slow burn all the way through, and it isn’t perfect, but I enjoyed it. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
A nightmare inside a nightmare inside a nightmare. InSepption.
Dude, I am so with you and don’t understand the fanlove for the finale. I genuinely adore this show, but too much of this episode felt...off. The most unsettling thing was seeing how Gretchen acted and spoke at Lindsay’s wedding - she was a completely different person, without so much as a glimmer of the Gretchen… Read more
THIS. Pacing has been a massive problem for this show from the beginning. Do you notice how ssslllooowwwlllyyy everyone walks in a “dramatic” scene? The show is trying so so so hard to be tense and dramatic and impactful that it’s a distraction and a detriment. It feels amateur, honestly.