Why I’m Not A “Gender Abolitionist”

The names Gene Skiskel and Roger Ebert are familiar to many, especially those who lived in the 1980s and 1990s. Starting in 1975, these two film critics would go on television and review whatever movies were in the theaters at the time. Teamed up because they were both critics for two different Chicago newspapers — Roger Ebert for the Chicago Sun-Times and Gene Siskle for the Chicago Tribune — these two would not always agree…




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