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Simple, feminist reviews and analysis of unique characters in TV shows, from Cersei in Game of Thrones to Gus in Breaking Bad. Updated every week.
Blog Added: August 15, 2015 12:38:07 PM
Audience Rating: Parental Guidance
Blog Platform: Blogger Blogspot
Blog Country: United-Kingdom   United-Kingdom
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