Weekly Anime Review

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We’re almost at the end of this summer season. Mahouka is starting to rush things out to finish its plot in time for the finish line, and it’s really a good result, but much better to read the novel translation on Baka-Tsuki. Captain Earth had an expected plot twist with Puck. Argevollen had its best episode to date. Aldnoah Zero … Read More

Jordan SheaWeekly Anime Review

Ask UfYH: Half the Mess and None of the Ex

[E] RachelAsk UfYHLeave a Comment

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Q: My boyfriend and I just broke up after living together for six years. I’m the one who’s staying in the apartment (the lease was in my name and I bought most of the furniture). My question is this: how do I adjust from having only done part of the chores for so long to doing all of them? I’m … Read More

[E] RachelAsk UfYH: Half the Mess and None of the Ex

PoC News in America

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I wish we didn’t publish as early as we did because last Sunday was a busy day for news!

JazminPoC News in America

Kickstartable: The People’s Girls

[E] Sally J. FreedmanPop Culture2 Comments

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When this Kickstarter project was brought to my attention, I knew it was time to bring back the Kickstartable series. Here’s my interview with the team working on The People’s Girls, two brave women who are speaking out about a very important topic.

[E] Sally J. FreedmanKickstartable: The People’s Girls

News in Asia Is Going Country by Country

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This week’s news from Asia will focus on stories from individual countries. Some will just have one story; others will have several. So here we go…

StephensNews in Asia Is Going Country by Country