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Promising Young Woman felt, to me, like a movie about men. The many men in the movie give scene-stealing, often delightfully comedic performances, which is not what I wanted to take away from a movie that I thought would be about Carey Mulligan’s character, Cassie, murdering…


This post was originally published at the Pacific Center for Human Growth’s now-closed blog on September 27, 2017.

Every year on the first Saturday of June, Disney’s Magic Kingdom is a sea of red. According to the official GayDayS® website, the Gay Days celebration began in 1991 with a group…


Worried about the first day of school? These tips will help you figure out what resources your school already offers and what to do in times of trouble.

This post was originally published at the Pacific Center for Human Growth’s now-closed blog on August 21, 2017.

No matter what grade…


This post was originally published at the Pacific Center for Human Growth’s now-closed blog on July 5, 2017.

Pride Month is the one time of year our media is saturated with LGBT stories and celebrations, but this can be difficult for anyone who isn’t out. There are many reasons a…


This post was originally published at the now-closed Shakespeare and Punk on August 22, 2017.

This year I attended NYC Pride, my first Pride ever. I was equally nervous and excited. My idea of what to expect came from TV shows and personal essays. I’ve been in queer spaces before…


This post was originally published at http://mediainclusivity.wordpress.com on June 14, 2017.

The show bringing me the most joy here in this terrible year of 2017 is a Disney Channel original called Andi Mack. I’m going to have to spoil you for the exciting thing that happens at the end of…


This post was originally published at mediainclusivity.wordpress.com on July 27, 2016.

Season 3 of BoJack was dark. It was good. It was all the things all the thinkpieces and reviews are saying, probably. (Although I wasn’t as charmed by the limited-dialogue underwater episode as everyone else apparently was? Whatever.)

But…


So. Faking It got canceled.

This post was originally published at mediainclusivity.wordpress.com on May 18, 2016.

This show is the reason I made this blog in the first place, and I used to do a recap every episode, to talk about the good and the bad the show was doing…


This post was originally published at mediainclusivity.wordpress.com on March 27, 2016.

You might’ve heard that Mark Hamill is going around telling people that if they think Luke Skywalker is bisexual, or transgender, then that means he is bisexual, or transgender, or whatever else you read him as. …


Just kidding. I read it because I really wanted to.

This post was originally published at mediainclusivity.wordpress.com on October 8, 2015.

When I was 15, I loved Twilight. Then Breaking Dawn came out, and it was terrible, and I became aware of how Twilight is generally terrible and specifically problematic…

Alexis Teats

I just really like talking about tv and gay stuff

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