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This week's Week Of Women brings us a new movie by Dee Rees, a new TV version of Spike Lee's She's Gotta Have It, and new music by Mavis Staples — so we've got a busy week ahead of us! As a reminder, we haven't seen, listened to, or read all these ourselves; when we have, we'll include a link. MOVIES Mudbound The brilliant Dee Rees (Pariah, Bessie) directs this historical drama about a white family and a black family in post-WWII Mississippi, based on the novel by...
    Orange Is The New Black star Danielle Brooks may wear a prison jumpsuit in her best-known role, but offscreen, she’s become known for her killer sense of style — I know she’s all over my Pinterest and Tumblr pages. And along with being a fashion inspiration and a TV, movie, and theater star, Brooks has become an advocate for inclusivity in the fashion and beauty industries. She’s spoken out about the difficulty of finding plus-size designs she can wear on the red carpet, called out...
 Are you tired of the 45th President pulling your strings? Now you can pull his, thanks to the "Talking Trump" doll. The doll is an '80s style pull-string toy, updated for 2017 with eight of Donald Trump's most memorable/depressing catchphrases to remind you just how ridiculous the man in charge of running the country really is. Finding it tough on the dating scene? "Talking Trump" suggests you "Grab 'em by the pussy!" Had a hard day at work? This doll reminds you how "Sad!" your...
  This week on Broad City, Ilana gets hired to house sit at a place with a washer-dryer set, and Abbi matches on Bumble with someone from high school. Hint: He wasn't her classmate. As always, check out our contributors’s reactions! When Danielle and Lindsay go to watch the episode: Danielle: This episode is called “House Sitting.”Lindsay: They’re gonna break something! When they are in the apartment: Lindsay: That laundry room is the size of my apartment. Danielle: Do you think this is what Lady Gaga’s apartment looks like?Lindsay: Do...
  Boys will be boys. Isn’t that what they say? The words we’ve all heard so many times that we are so disgustingly sick of hearing them. Boys will be boys. And good boys will always be good. I heard those words for the first time when I was seven.The boys in my class had for many days repeatedly, and loudly, been shouting, “Take off your shirts, show us your boobs!” to me and my friends as we were playing in the schoolyard. We had the same flat chests they had...
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