Now that you can watch all of The Mary Tyler Moore Show on Hulu, I’ll occasionally be sharing some of my
I’m thrilled to announce that my next book (after Pop Star Goddesses) will be When Women Invented Television, a narrative history of
I go back to Emily Nussbaum’s perfect 2013 defense of Sex and the City in The New Yorker over and over again.
On the one hand, we’ve got our own hard-hitting, prestige television, thank you. On the other hand, we’d much rather
My second book to be published was the one I coauthored with my friend Heather Wood Rudúlph, Sexy Feminism. It was
Sex and the City was a huge step forward for female characters and female sexuality on television, but political it
I have seen a few think pieces floating around in the wake of the #metoo movement that either gleefully point
Feminism is Merriam-Webster’s word of the year, and this fact admittedly warms my Gen X feminist heart. I clearly remember