Bitch Media

Bitch Media

@BitchMedia

Followers225.1K
Following6.8K

A Feminist Response to Pop Culture

Portland, OR
Joined on September 16, 2008
@BitchMedia Statistics

We looked inside some of the tweets by @BitchMedia and found useful information for you.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
4 hours
Average replies
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Average retweets
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Average likes
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Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

93. in country United States and category Life Style

403. in category Life Style

681. in country United States and category Community

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HBO’s critically acclaimed miniseries underscores the deep, ongoing relationship between police forces in the United States and white supremacists. https://t.co/ZZY4C09rqY

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“That’s the way we disabled people should be represented: as complex, whole, and above all, worthy.” https://t.co/MtTYLy4trK

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What’s the harm in having Victor mention his race with the same pride he has when mentioning his queerness? https://t.co/FTdh01hdpb

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It’s painful to think that a cute internet joke is needed to rile people up after the death of a Black woman. https://t.co/tMLk2HRN5X

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Though Jules is a flawed character—as all the characters on Euphoria are—there’s no way to conclude that she’s the show’s real villain, especially when she’s compared to Nate. https://t.co/8i8CualStn

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“While the Herd may push itself as a beacon of inclusivity, it’s actually just another opportunity for rich, largely white New Yorkers to network with one another.” https://t.co/3Xol3SMWOT

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“The influx of middle-class women into the workforce over the past several decades has put these same women in a position of increasing anxiety and guilt about the quality of their own private childcare solutions.” https://t.co/tIu2VLV895

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I know that people want to defend Nate because they think he’s hot. but he’s the villain. not Jules. I wrote a defense of Euphoria’s Jules for @BitchMedia: https://t.co/Sf3AIOm9ju

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Twitter presented Nate as “Euphoria’s” proposed villain and Jules, one of the only transgender characters on TV, as the show’s true villain. https://t.co/s7uKhnvXX5

There’s so much I’ve wanted to say about Jules and the confounding villianizing of her, even by supposed Rules fans, and @RachelCharleneL said so much of what I’ve been feeling. https://t.co/qk4GJxio4n

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From 2019: “We should divest from the false narrative that career or financial success brings any of us closer to true freedom.” https://t.co/sahDyslAcH

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Twitter presented Nate as “Euphoria’s” proposed villain and Jules, one of the only transgender characters on TV, as the show’s true villain. https://t.co/s7uKhnvXX5

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“Disabled people aren’t punishments.” https://t.co/h6x45sArkW

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It feels like Black women are fighting two wars: one against white supremacy and another against misogyny in their own communities. https://t.co/XMiY73DZOc

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This feels like a missed opportunity. https://t.co/nf0haVQeeO

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Tying Hooded Justice’s origin story to an actual event in U.S. history gives the series gravity and does what no other superhero story has been able to. https://t.co/qjYy7vocPr

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“Invisibility is one of the biggest systemic issues that Native people face.” https://t.co/2HoFw8rfcb

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Memes about Taylor are particularly disappointing given how the genre has failed Black women for years. https://t.co/WpN1rw57Tu

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“These are the kinds of attitudes that perpetuate murder, abuse, and violence.” https://t.co/KltcThGI6q

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