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‘Insecure’ Is a Show About Unique and Unapologetically Black Women

Issa Rae's move to HBO opens up space for unapologetically black, unapologetically weird women everywhere.
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Issa Rae of HBO's Insecure gives us her best dating tips to embrace our awkwardness

Entertainment / Television : USAToday: TV

Issa Rae, the star of HBO's 'Insecure,' helps take our dating life to the next level with these tips to embrace our awkwardness including ditching the dating apps and ghosting before breakups.        


Entertainment / Television : Slate: Television

In the first episode of Insecure, Issa, played by Issa Rae, the co-creator and the star of the new HBO show, imagines a white colleague lecturing her about romance. “Educated black woman are highly unlikely to get married the more e...

How Issa Rae's 'Insecure' Validates, Expands On The Black Narrative

News : Huffington Post

Issa Rae’s highly-anticipated HBO comedy revisits a black narrative she says she hasn’t seen on the small screen in a very long time. While programs have tackled the more serious aspects of black life, Rae’s “Insecure” centers on th...

Issa Rae’s HBO Series ‘Insecure’ is a Show For — And About — Grown-Ass Women

Society & Culture : Flavorwire

This Sunday, HBO premieres Divorce, which marks Sarah Jessica Parker’s return to the channel that made her a star. But Insecure, centred on two unmarried, professional black women living in L.A., feels like the real successor to Par...

HBO’s Insecure Is an Insightful Reflection of the Lives of Black Women

Entertainment / Pop Culture : Vulture

"Issa, what's 'on fleek'?" These are the kinds of questions that Issa (Issa Rae), the heroine of HBO's excellent new series Insecure, has to answer from white folks at her workplace, a nonprofit that creates outreach programs for pu...


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