Justice League: comic books don’t always make good movies

For DC, the past few years movie-wise have not been their strong point, with almost all of their films getting less than stellar reviews. The only exception to this “curse”  seems to be Wonder Woman (2016) coupled with its 92% certified fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes. However, not even Wonder Woman’s star power can save … Continue reading Justice League: comic books don’t always make good movies

Black History Month spotlight – John Lewis

John Lewis is a democratic U.S. representative of Georgia's 5th district, dean of the Georgia congressional delegation, former chairman of SNCC (Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee), former "Big Six" leader (collection of leaders of various groups that organized the 1963 March on Washington), and Presidential Medal of Freedom honoree. In fact, he is still alive today … Continue reading Black History Month spotlight – John Lewis

Donald Trump’s 30 year history of blatant sexism

It is a well-known fact that Donald Trump has said quite a few sexist remarks about women over the last couple decades.   In light of the recently uncovered comments made by Trump and Access Hollywood host Billy Bush, both Anderson Cooper and Megan Kelly called Trump out on his offensive actions during the second presidential debate. … Continue reading Donald Trump’s 30 year history of blatant sexism

Feminism: what it really stands for

WARNING: CONTAINS ACCOUNTS AND DESCRIPTIONS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT Feminism, according to Webster's dictionary, is "the theory of the political, economic, and social equality of the sexes". It does not say, "the theory of the political, economic, and social dominance of men over women". Most people often confuse feminism with blatant sexism. Feminism is not females … Continue reading Feminism: what it really stands for