If you're anything like me, odds are you already binged almost every series on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon and HBO Max. You're also probably paying a fortune in streaming subscriptions, but that's another issue for another time. Seeing how I've gone through every series and film within my queue, I'm in the market for something new to watch. Thankfully, Viola Davis is here to help.
If 2021 doesn't start behaving, I might drop to my knees and start throwing a temper tantrum reminiscent of a two-year-old. There's only so much bad news a person can withstand, and I've just about reached my quota. Unfortunately, 2021 could care less about my mental wellbeing, and has decided to surprise me with additional forlorn news.
There's no denying women undergo an immense amount of scrutiny within their lifetime. It comes with the territory of not being born a man. Among the reoccurring trends is body image. As women, we continuously feel we have to live up to unrealistic expectations society has carefully crafted for us. While men additionally encounter similar expectations, it's nowhere near the amount women endure on a day-to-day basis. One individual exhausted with this narrative is actress Rosamund Pike.
My pre-teen years were horrific. Whose weren't? Unless you were among the small percentage of girls who truly enjoyed that awkward stage in their growth, you'll understand my sentiment. One thing that made the overall experience less traumatic was the film, 13 Going on 30, staring Jennifer Garner and Mark Ruffalo.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz really isn't in the position to be hurling insults at anyone. Especially after he fled to Cancun, Mexico while his state grappled with a widespread snowstorm, that resulted in 70 deaths, and almost 3 million homes and businesses without power or heat. But alas, that is exactly what Cruz is doing.
If you're among the percentage of individuals who hasn't watched "Framing Britney Spears," I have nothing to say to you. As long as you have adequate WiFi, there's really no excuse. The documentary, which premiered earlier this month on Hulu, outlines the media's misogynistic treatment of Spears over the years, along with her conservatorship battle with father Jamie Spears.