The Truman Show is a dramatic-comedy American movie released in 1998 starring Jim Carrey as the titular character Truman Burbank. Truman Burbank may seem like… Read More »‘The Truman Show’: Reflection on Private Life Exposure in Modern World
I was scrolling through Tik Tok when I stumbled upon a video from a young man talking about how tired he is with the #allmen… Read More »Gender Wars, #notallmen, and Where will It Bring Us
“Suffering for sexuality—In contemporary art, being queer look authentic if it hurts.” Annabel Paulsen This week I had finished reading ten long-form Drarry and Pansmione—a… Read More »Can’t We Stop Equating Queerness with Suffering?
In the last couple of weeks, we have witnessed a spike in attacks against Asian Americans. For a while, these rampant attacks weren’t very visible… Read More »The #StopAsianHate Movement and What It Fails to Address
“It’s different cultures that make the world go round at the end of the day.” Samantha Fox Culture has always been a huge part of… Read More »The Importance of Understanding Other Cultures