Happy Hanukkah, kids. This is my new jam.
Share some JOF with your loved ones.
“The domestic scenes and spaces Ferrand conjures are imbued with whiffs of nostalgia, subtly suggesting idealized interactions beamed into our houses by 1950s and 60s sitcoms.” – another great review by the awesome Eric Hope of East City Art
“With no reform around toxic masculinity—and an entrenched refusal to have hard conversations that are necessary to free us all—we have failed to create safe environments for trans people to not only exist, but thrive as valuable members of society.”
“In the Virginia Woolf speech she gave that was turned into the book A Room of One’s Own, she says, ‘Men don’t know what women do when they’re not there,’” Gerwig said. “Which is a very simple truth, but it is truth. They don’t know . . . I was in the position of being able to access some truth that you would never be able to have if you were a guy, because you aren’t there when mothers and daughters are fighting alone or when best friends are talking. What is the experience of being the teenage girl while you’re with a guy . . . that emotional experience, as opposed to the romantic-comedy tropes?”
I just love this #99pi episode on radio commercials
Whenever I’m in need of holiday cheer.