- “Girls, if you’re that age, might seem fun, funny, deeply relatable and give a sense of ‘I’m not alone in the world.’ But, stay tuned-in for the cautionary tale of only a matter of a few years later, doing the same shit and having audiences say, ‘She’s so sad and scary and tragic. I hope I’m nothing like her.’ Lesson being, between 22 and 35, make sure you get a lot of therapy.” – Laura Dern, on one of the vast, innumerable reasons Enlightened needs to be on the air.
- Find the new world in Bo Christian Larsson‘s old boat.
- “Even before the birth of my children I was interested in how our culture views childhood and moreover how the institution of childhood was created by the adult world and continues to be defined and redefined by adults. I think that our understanding of childhood is coloured by adult desires and expectations and it’s invested with qualities that adults want to see in children.” – Polixeni Papapetrou, Australian photographer, casting director of my nightmares, speaking right out of a dream about motherhood and art
- Your hot ass mess is not my revolution: on polyamory.
- “The ‘stories of anxieties of middle-class women’ are both fetishized and disowned as narcissistic in our culture, and Cvetkovich’s slight dismissals is somewhat surprising coming as it does within her own work of self-described confessional feminism.” – Kate Zambreno keenly takes on Ann Cvetkovich’s Depression: a Public Feeling.