Tag Archives: Feminism

The Phenomenal Women of Miss Juneteenth

September 22nd, 2020

I have a confession. Prior to this past June, I had never heard of the holiday Juneteenth that commemorates the end of slavery in the United States. Several months after the Civil War ended, a General and his troops traveled to Gavelston, Texas announcing all slaves were now free. Despite the historical importance of this […]

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Polarizing Trends of the Romantic Comedy

September 15th, 2020

A number of posts back, I skewered the term ‘CHICK FLICKS’ for reasons I won’t repeat now, though I encourage you to revisit them HERE. I mention it because, for my next series of posts, we will be exploring the history, evolution and ramifications of the romantic comedy, a beleaguered genre label too often used […]

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September Pandemic Viewing Roundup

September 8th, 2020

Before we get back to our weekly individual posts here at BTB, we’d like to share some recommended viewing we’ve each discovered while sheltering in place. We’ll be offering these roundups once a month from here on out. Happy mindful viewing! DEVI’S  PICKS: PERFECT SENSE (free movie with Amazon Prime): A deceptively optimistic depiction of […]

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