This alternately hilarious and infuriating film adaptation of Jessica's bestselling book makes a powerful case that evangelical Christians, right-wing politicians, and conservative activists have been using irrational fears around young women's sexuality to undermine women's autonomy and roll back women's rights. 


Food is far from apolitical, but there is something humanizing about sitting down at a meal with someone. You get to know them in a more intimate way; you see them as more than the sum of their tweets or political actions. That’s what Jessica's series Eating Out Loud - produced by the award winning food and dining site Eater - does: It looks at the way that food fuels and defines the people who are changing politics and culture.