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Five reasons why I'm loving this season of Girls

I haven’t been a consistent fan of Girls – in fact in season two and three I almost quit – but I stuck with it, and that finally paid off in season five, which I thought was  559 more words

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To the Ends of the Earth

by Anna Myers

I’d been eighteen for less than three days when I first said it out loud. I’d been thinking it for a long time, but eighteen is when it came to a head and I was forced to lay my cards out in the open. 874 more words

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Wiener Dog

This review was originally written for Blueprint: Review.

Todd Solondz is almost the dictionary definition of an acquired taste when it comes to film. For most directors, subjects like rape, dead parents, domestic terrorism and a lifetime of remorse wouldn’t necessarily inspire a comedy, yet they’re all par for the course with Solondz in this darkly comic anthology following the various owners of an ambivalent female dachshund. 479 more words

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'Girls': the voice of a generation

In the first episode of Lena Dunham’s HBO series “Girls,” Dunham’s character, Hannah Horvath, defines herself as “the voice of my generation” — the me-centric millennials still bankrolled by their parents, the anxious 20-somethings with crippling low self-esteem and the lost souls who dare to dream without knowing that they’d eventually settle before figuring out what they want. 372 more words

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With Girls, Lena Dunham Created and Destroyed a Millennial Reality

Girls began with so much promise. It was a show that, in its initial stages, seemed to represent a world imagined for millennials by millennials. It resonated with the young adult crowd through showcasing the manic daze of love, heartbreak, career-confusion, and, of course, financial security (or the lack thereof) that we were, and many of us still are, experiencing everyday. 1,237 more words

Editorial

Happy Birthday: Zosia Mamet

Zosia Mamet

Born: February 2, 1988 in Randolph, Vermont, USA

Married to:
Evan Jonigkeit (2 October 2016 – present)

I think feminism’s a bit misinterpreted. It was about casting off all gender roles. 194 more words

Happy Birthday