Divya Amladi

Divya Amladi is a Boston-based freelancer. Her interests include pop culture, nerd culture, entertainment, feminism, race, and social critiques.

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For a show that obviously embraces white-girl feminism, Gilmore Girls is perennially, insufferably tone deaf to issues of race, class, homosexuality, and body acceptance. It’s got a shiny, liberal façade, but at the core of the show is an unhealthy obsession with blah basic bitches. READ MORE »