Star Wars fans have a reputation for and history with toxicity. There's a path forward to promote good conduct and criticism in the fandom.
Our trust can be greatly tested, but episode 4 of Obi-Wan Kenobi shows us how holding out hope in newfound loyalty gives and preserves life.
It's easy to get caught up in all that's new and grand, but Ghost of Tsushima reminds players of the emotional anchor that family can provide.
To be defensive is more than just a fighting or sports technique. It's a way of being in all things, as Episode 7 of Visions teaches us.
How much should we trust others with the ever-present potential of betrayal? Raya and the Last Dragon has a messy answer to a messy dilemma.
We label a lot of things that nerds do as "cringe," but there's a frequency and toxicity to this behavior that needs to change.
The real horror of The Haunting of Bly Manor is the fear of pain in loving others. Even still, it extols the need and value of relationships.
The writers of LTN share some of the most powerful examples of faith in popular media—both prescriptive and problematic.
HBO's Watchmen shows the consequences of tolerated injustice to help viewers understand the pain of the oppressed and need for a biblical view of justice.
Humanity's desire for retribution can be genuine and good, but Alan Moore's Watchmen shows us how our solutions for injustice are unjust and fall short.