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The Tyranny of Villainy: How Animated Villains Reaffirm Our Ideas of Ugliness

By: Clare-Marie Koh Growing up, I have always enjoyed watching animated films. Their catchy soundtracks, enchanting plots, and heartwarming characters were all appealing to the bright-eyed, bushy-tailed consumer. It is no wonder that both children and adults alike, are drawn to these films which frequently deliver the message that good always defeats evil. However, where there…

My Looks Don’t Define Me

By: Justin Soh  Growing up, I was always deemed a more “feminine” boy with a natural curiosity for things. Even in preschool, I indulged in what some would consider “girly” cartoons such as the Winx Club and Strawberry Shortcake series. However, as my family was relatively more conservative, my parents would refrain me from engaging…

Is ‘Casual’ Racism Really Casual?

By Natasha Sadiq & Tan Jing Min “How long does it take for an Indian woman to pass motion?” “How long?” “9 months” Cackles of laughter ensue. I look around the group of friends encircling me. I seem to be the only person who didn’t find the joke funny. I’m going to go out on…

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