Costumes communicate a message and let the wearer transcend their identity, perfect for standing up for a cause.
“Each season of the show should feel like some kind of nightmare that you had after reading the original story and half-remembering it.”
B.J. is half-Jewish, specifically. He’s the child of a Jewish mother and a Texan, anti-Semitic father. I got a kick out of this because, most of the time, people don’t realize I’m Jewish either.
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Changes made beginning with The New Order and continuing into The New Colossus, however, have turned B.J. from typical video game protagonist into a complex action hero.
Ariela Barer was told that one day she’d be a superhero, although she didn’t believe it at the time. While practicing complex physical movements during a theater class, she said the teacher told them, “You’ve got to get good at this. You guys are the superheroes of the future.”
Since Hefner’s death, many have debated whether he should be remembered as a feminist icon and leader in the sexual revolution of the 1960s, or as a sexist who exploited women to sell his magazines.
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