CULTURE

Surprise! The #Kravis Wedding was Problematic

Why Dolce & Gabbana is a brand you should NOT support — here are some queer companies you should check out instead

Kris Jenner is a mastermind. Say what you will about her — my litany of grievances is far-far too long to air here — but she’s good at her job. Unfortunately for us (not her, she’s rich!), her chief roles and responsibilities include profiting from attention, scandal, and dare we mention controversy. All too often this comes at the expense of marginalized groups — from the Black women whose aesthetics the KarJenners exploit, the Black men they fetishize for clout, the employees they underpay and mistreat, plus scores of people who are collateral damage in the wake of their empire.

The latest eye-roll-inducing — but no doubt highly lucrative— publicity stunt orchestrated by Kris Jenner is none other than her daughter’s branded wedding. Yes, you heard that right. Branded. Wedding. And the brand of choice? None other than the ceaselessly problematic Dolce & Gabbana.

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Women's History Month Watchlist

Having women behind the camera makes all the difference

There’s a scene in Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of Little Women that goes down in history as one of my favorites in all of cinema.

In it, Saoirse Ronan, who plays the spirited and independent Jo March, gives a monologue about how women are expected to be one dimensional — either opinionated or loved, smart or pretty, dedicated to her career or to her husband.

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Oscar Nominations Reactions: Best and Worst Academy Award Nominations

What We Liked About The Academy Award Nominations and What We Didn’t

It’s that time again: award season!

The self-congratulatory parade of shows is often predictable, yet we still tune in and participate — sorta like cheering for our favorite sports teams.

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