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::: All Hail the Queen?—What do our perceptions of Beyonce's feminism say approximately us?
::: Lens Crafting—How frames switch the way in which we learn the news
::: Revisiting the Riot—An interview with punk veteran Mimi Thi Nguyen
::: Housebound—Why the dollhouse metaphor continues to be so indelible
::: darkish Habits—American Horror tale: Asylum and the Gothic-nun tradition
\\\ Prep Talk—The literary legacy of British boarding-school stories
\\\ Written Off—Why aren't black lady screenwriters getting their due?
\\\ Hopeless Romantics—The secure sexuality of boy-band mania
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