‘Striking Vipers’ Is About the Kind of Queer Bodies Society Still Fears

The queer potential of “Striking Vipers” is undermined by its own discomfort with the kind of queerness it has put on display.

With a cynical eye toward the future, Black Mirror has been somewhat insulated from present day conversations about diversity and…

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Kimberly Joyner

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I write about American politics, current events, and gender/feminism in TV and film. Based in Atlanta, GA. Email: kimberlyjoyner87@gmail.com

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