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Emma Watson Defends Trans Rights After J.K. Rowling Continues to Go Full TERF

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 10, 2020 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 10, 2020 |


In today’s ACAB category, a Tulsa cop literally said out loud that officers are shooting Black people “24 percent less than we probably ought to be.” Jesus… (The Root)

Emma Watson has entered the chat, and she’s here for trans rights. (Variety)

Sarah takes a look at defunding the police and what that actually means. (Lainey Gossip)

Oh good, Megyn Kelly waded into the Gone With The Wind situation. Just what we all needed. (Dlisted)

Turns out the head of CrossFit is pretty racist and not shy about it. (Celebitchy)

Richard Newby reflects on our superhero-obsessed culture’s notions of authority and justice. (THR)

Some dude told Rage Against the Machine to quit being political, and he got owned so hard that he deleted his Twitter account. You love to see it. (AV Club)

In the weirdest year ever, female movies will save Hollywood. (Atom Insider)

Donald Trump stopped the Army from renaming bases named after Confederate generals. Of f*cking course. (Vox)

If you know anything about the co-creator of The Punisher, he absolutely hates that cops have co-opted the skull emblem, and now, he’s doing what Disney won’t do.

What We Do in the Shadows is the best comedy on TV right now. (Vulture)

How Michelle Pfeiffer’s Catwoman costume in Batman Returns upended sex-kitten tropes and turned a classic femme fatale character into a tragic Frankenstein’s monster. (Tom and Lorenzo)

Want to tackle domestic terrorism? Try incels. (MEL Magazine)

Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None got Professor Fluffy Kitten thinking about Amy Cooper, and "good" people like her who are willing to potentially kill another human over something as small as a dog leash. "..[I]t is not just about the mystery of who is the killer but it is a book about the human condition. It’s a book about the banality of evil." Do you find Agatha Christie enjoyable today? (Cannonball Read 12)

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Mike is a Staff Contributor living in Pennsyltucky. You can follow him on Twitter.

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