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<i>Immaculate</i>, <i>The First Omen</i>, and the Rise of the Pro-Choice Horror Film

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Side-by-side close-up images of Sydney Sweeney as Sister Cecilia in Immaculate and Nell Tiger Free as Sister Margaret in The First Omen

Immaculate, The First Omen, and the Rise of the Pro-Choice Horror Film

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Scene from the TV series 3% (Três por cento): A male figure dressed in light grey in the foreground stands facing a large homogeneous crowd dressed in yellow, red, and blue t-shirts.

Three Science Fiction Stories That Reveal the Truth About Meritocracy

The Revolution Will Be Dramatized

SFF’s Big Fat Problem

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“The Screwfly Solution” Captures the Violence of Our Current Moment

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Book Bans Affect Everybody — Here’s How You Can Help

Beyond Dark Academia: The Real Horror in Magic School Is Systemic Inequality

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Pet Semetary, Candyman, and Vampires vs the Bronx

Haunted Homes, Cursed Lands, and the Horror of Gentrification

Batwoman, Crows protest signs

Batwoman Needs to Focus More on the Law Enforcement Issues It Raises

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Provost's Dog trilogy by Tamora Pierce

Society, Class, and the Police in Tamora Pierce’s Provost’s Dog Trilogy

Hunter x Hunter anime

Shonen Anime and the Myth of Meritocracy

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Fanaticism and Found Family in The Mandalorian and She-Ra

This Is The Way: Fanaticism and Found Family in The Mandalorian and She-Ra