Why is HBO perpetuating the myths of masculinity and black male virility on “The Night Of”? Or is this all leading to something greater than a portrait of cliches?
Get the roses ready! Molly Pennington walks us through the finale of the Bachelorette, strappy heels and all.
It’s the final three for Jojo and how to watch a woman (or nation) make mistakes for the rest of us.
With four men left, who will Jojo complete her “emotional management” masterpiece with?
Is this whole franchise just a low-stakes war between white dudes?
You need to see black men as they actually are–especially if you don’t have experience with that. Media images of black guys are overwhelming negative. Lately, we’ve seen the relentless circulation of violence in phone videos. Many of us react with horror and empathy. But lots do not. These images did not start with Rodney…
The eye-rolling about race cards—that annoyance is the tickle that urges you to wake up—to notice and pay attention.
Does Jojo suffer from “white male face blindness”?
Which “toxic male” villain will emerge now that Chad is gone?
Sorry, Chad, your “Man Brand” is no longer king.
Testosterone is not a character trait.
Nice guys, bad boys, and a parade of toxic masculinity: The Bachelorette, episode two
A “modge-podge” of guys and 26 versions of masculinity— why aren’t you watching?
Molly Pennington is a white woman married to a black man who’s often profiled and harassed. Irrational fear of black men has to stop.