Dua Saleh Can’t Be Boxed In

Dua Saleh is an activist, writer, and artist known for turning their poetry into lush lyricism that tackles issues like systemic racism and LGBTQ+ rights. Lucky for us, that creativity is now consumable in another medium: Saleh has made their first foray into acting as Cal in season 3 of Netflix’s teen dramedy Sex Education. The U.K. series follows Moordale High student Otis (Asa Butterfield), … Continue reading Dua Saleh Can’t Be Boxed In

How to Watch Rihanna’s Savage x Fenty Show Online

Rihanna has done it again. The singer, mogul, and designer returns with Savage x Fenty Vol. 3, her third multi-faceted runway extravaganza to debut her newest lingerie offering. This year’s show is set to be another visual feat, with breathtaking choreography (thank you, Parris Goebel!), stunning architecture, and conceptual musical performances. It’ll also continue the brand’s history of celebrating body diversity, which starkly set it … Continue reading How to Watch Rihanna’s Savage x Fenty Show Online

Lily Rabe on Why Gaslighting Is the ”Truly Terrifying” Part of American Horror Story

The 10th season of American Horror Story has a special meaning for Lily Rabe. The New York-born actress has been part of the hit FX anthology from the beginning, appearing in all but one installment. This new chapter, subtitled Double Tide, gives her the chance to play two characters in one season. Episode 5 of “Part I: Red Tide,” in which she plays a mother … Continue reading Lily Rabe on Why Gaslighting Is the ”Truly Terrifying” Part of American Horror Story

Passing: Everything We Know About the Film Starring Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga

Adapted from the groundbreaking 1929 novel by Nella Larsen, the upcoming Netflix film Passing is about interiority as much as it is about presentation. The movie—filmed in a stark, yet disarmingly serene black and white—follows two childhood friends named Clare (Ruth Negga) and Irene (Tessa Thompson), both mixed-race Black women who can “pass” as white, as they reunite in Manhattan, circa the Harlem Renaissance. They … Continue reading Passing: Everything We Know About the Film Starring Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga

Devery Jacobs on the Power of Indigenous Communities Owning Their Stories

“I grew up inherently political and fueled with Mohawk pride.” Resistance and revolution have always been instinctive to actress Kawennáhere Devery Jacobs. Like so many BIPOC women across the globe, the 28-year-old has a passion for creating space for her community and dismantling the systems that hold back many women like herself. Though we chat to discuss her role in the groundbreaking new show, Reservation … Continue reading Devery Jacobs on the Power of Indigenous Communities Owning Their Stories