Slate Spoiler Specials: Spider-Man: Far From Home
What’s Fact and What’s Fiction in On the Basis of Sex
What’s Fact and What’s Fiction in Mary Queen of Scots
What’s Fact and What’s Fiction in The Favourite
The Campaign to Preserve Massachusetts’ Trans Protections Was Successful Because It Centered Trans People
The Trump Administration’s Trans-Erasing Memo Represents a Radical Rejection of the Science of Sex
Why Harry Potter Fans Are So Upset About a Twist in the New Fantastic Beasts Trailer (and Also Snake Milking)
Keira Knightley’s Colette Takes a Provocative Approach to LGBTQ History
Should Fans Be Excited or Worried About Netflix’s New Live-Action Last Airbender?
The Dragon Prince Doesn’t Sacrifice Diversity to Its Fantasy World
Critics of a Badly Designed Study on “Rapid Onset Gender Dysphoria” Are Being Accused of Censorship. But Scrutiny Is Just Good Science.
We the Animals Is a One-of-a-Kind Movie Adapted From a Seemingly Unadaptable Novel
Jesse Singal’s Atlantic Story on Trans Issues Fixates on the Wrong Group of People
Netflix’s Alex Strangelove Offers a Refreshingly Honest Look at Teenage Sexuality
Making Gaming Trans-Inclusive Is a Small Tweak With Major Impact
A Kid Like Jake Tiptoes Around the Word Trans. In This Case, That’s Not All Bad.
How Does The Handmaid’s Tale Handle LGBTQ Representation? Four Queer Viewers Discuss.
How Trans Characters Were Described in Screenplays
Did a Lack of Local News Help Trump’s Victory? It’s a Tough Theory to Prove.
Africa’s Split Will Take Millions of Years. What Does It Mean For People Living There Now?