After three solo movies and four Avengers movies, Captain America’s story came to its inevitable conclusion in Avengers: Endgame. There was never any doubt that his story arc would be dramatic, maybe painful, but I never thought that it would be nonsensical and rage-inducing. Or so completely disappointing. At theRead More →

The truth of the matter is that the world has always been cruel, unkind to people of color, immigrants, those with disabilities, people in the LGBTQIA community, and women, and willing to crush anyone whose voice is not backed by millions of dollars and a stadium. This is life. ItRead More →

You fight, and you fight, and you crawl through hate, and you shake, and you cry, and you do everything in your power to shine a light, and then those who only care for money, for pain, for the suffering of others so long as power is retained … keepRead More →

I know nothing about fashion. My mind, however, is a weird place that goes down rabbit warren highways, searching for information I will never use. That is how I started binging fashion documentaries on Netflix, and that is why I now have opinions on them. I started watching these atRead More →

With Timeless right around the corner and International Women’s Day here, we thought it was about time we put together a list of amazing historical women that we’d love the Timeless team to meet. Each and every single woman on this was a fighter, a survivor, and someone who definitely didn’t play by theRead More →

Aberjhani  said, “Democracy is not simply a license to indulge individual whims and proclivities. It is also holding oneself accountable to some reasonable degree for the conditions of peace and chaos that impact the lives of those who inhabit one’s beloved extended community.” Our democracy has fallen into a numbRead More →

For the purposes of this editorial I want to make clear the act of not giving a fuck versus apathy. Apathy is total disinterest, defined by a lack of enthusiasm or concern. When you’re apathetic about something you don’t care. It is the true opposite of love, because hate isRead More →

The reason that we hold our media to such a high standard is because our films and television shows have the power to be subversive, start conversations, and create a status quo that can be seen in trends, in who gets work, and what stories get told next. If aRead More →

On December 24, 1865 the Ku Klux Klan was founded in Tennessee as an extremist, hateful reaction to what many in the news now willingly and ignorantly report as “economic anxiety.” This was a period of southern reconstruction following the Civil War that had slaves free and their labor noRead More →

Some of you may know that Democrats are currently holding the floor in the Senate, in an effort to get the GOP to talk about their proposed healthcare bill that will cut insurance to some 23 million Americans. Some of you might not know. That’s okay, I’m here to breakRead More →

As the current U.S. presidential administration continues to create a circus out of the judicial process and quietly (and not so quietly) strip away personal liberties and the transparency of the press, I have alternated between indignant, angry, sad, overwhelmed, and wondering what can be done to stop this. TheRead More →

I’d like you all to get on the galloping trope-horse with me for a second to talk about something that I think is the definition of poor writing. It’s not only poor writing, but it reinforces unhealthy behavior and outdated thinking that we need to stop pretending is okay. OurRead More →