Category Archives: Devi’s Discourse

On alternating weeks, Devi will explore various themes as they pertain to film and feminism.

In our last post, Amy makes a strong and valid case, as have many other critics, regarding her disappointment with the film BOMBSHELL. And while I do not disagree with their collective condemnation of Megyn Kelly, Gretchen Carlson, Roger Ailes or the Fox News Network in general, I found the film to be a brilliant […]

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Over the past 12 months, I’ve offered several modest calls to action we can undertake in our daily lives to pave the path for a more gender-friendly future. However, these are but mere baby steps and by no means sufficient to overcome the broad scale social injustice that poisons not only our film culture but […]

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Rest assured, I’m by no means making light of obsessive compulsive disorder. I refer to another form of O.C.D., a process comprised of three stages: Observe Consider Discuss In a world where we’re all too quick to “like” or “not like” something without giving matters much thought, knee jerk responses seem to be getting us […]

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