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Framing Britney Spears brings up a lot of issues.

There's the rampant misogyny Britney Spears experienced as a young starlet, when she was constantly sexualized by male interviewers, even in her childhood. The way men talk to Britney in the documentary is disgusting, and every single time she smiles back and laughs it away.

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7 Documentaries to Watch for National Adoption Month

An adoptee recommends the 7 best documentaries on adoption.

Between a global health crisis and worsening ravages of climate change, 2020 has made history in plenty of devastating ways.

But 2020 also marks a historic period for social justice in the U.S., with the largest civil rights movement to date coalescing around the Black Lives Matter movement. The reverberations of the movement have created new frameworks to allow the complex and overshadowed histories of all marginalized communities to emerge, from Indigenous peoples to people with disabilities to transracial adoptees.

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Netflix's "Ted Bundy Tapes" Leaves Viewers Scared and Confused

The docuseries avoids possible pitfalls of covering America's best known serial killer by deconstructing the culture, politics, and female "groupies" that cultivated the Bundy Effect™.

Zac Efron - Set to inhabit Bundy in the upcoming film Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile

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The most surprising takeaway from Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes is how many women still find America's favorite murderer attractive.

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7 Worthy True Crime Shows Coming in 2019

The cycle of true crime is moving from podcasts and documentaries to prime time re-enactments.

Joey King from THE ACT by Hulu

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We've entered the next stage of the true crime phenomenon.

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Netflix's "Fyre" Is a High Class Documentary

5 ways Fyre is higher quality than Hulu's Fyre Festival documentary.


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Hulu may have released its Fyre Festival documentary first, but Netflix's Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened is of a higher class.

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