Madeline Bruce

  • April 16, 2018By Madeline Bruce

    Hayley Kiyoko’s debut album, Expectations, came out on March 30. It was highly anticipated by the LGBT+ community, particularly queer girls and women. And, while it has been wildly successful and hyped up within the demographic of queer women, the rest of the world has failed to listen to the album and realize just how artistically

  • January 28, 2018By Madeline Bruce

    Grey’s Anatomy, a TV show with a reputation for addressing real-life social issues,  seemed like it had exhausted its confrontation of these issues after its mid-season premiere last week, which included a domestic violence storyline and changed the portrayal of transgender characters. But the show kept tackling the issues and just took on police brutality and

  • October 28, 2017By Madeline Bruce

    Disney Channel’s Andi Mack is set to follow one of the key characters on his coming-out journey during the series’ season two premiere on Friday. A first for the channel, the arc will chronicle 13-year-old character, Cyrus Goodman, and his self-discovery. The series was developed by Lizzie McGuire creator Terri Minsky and premiered on Disney

  • July 27, 2017By Madeline Bruce

    On July 11, the television network Freeform premiered its new summer series The Bold Type. The Bold Type is about three twenty-something-year-old women, Jane, Kat, and Sutton, who work for a magazine, Scarlet modeled after Cosmopolitan. The show chronicles the ups and downs the women face working for a decades-old magazine that is known for