The Anti-Feminist Feminism of ‘American Horror Story: Cult’

Alison Pill as Ivy and Sarah Paulson as Ally in ‘American Horror Story: Cult’ (2017).
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L: Valerie Solanas | | R: Lena Dunham as Valerie Solanas in ‘American Horror Story: Cult’

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