Judith Kaplan became the first American bat mitzvah in 1922. The Jewish coming-of-age ceremony has become more popular for girls ever since.
The Sex and the City reboot, And Just Like That, has been met with mixed reviews. But to understand why it might not work, we have to revisit the cultural legacy of the original series.
Miranda’s role as the anxious, fumbling white woman is disappointing. Some might find that Miranda is a reflection of the anxiety and fear that white women experience.
The popularity of hashtags like #MeToo speaks to society’s increasing embrace of important issues like sexual assault and harassment
What can we take away from this epic fail of a reboot as a society that continues to undervalue women and shun open discussions of age, class, race and sex?