• In FX's ‘Pose,' Food Represents Love, Dignity, and the Power of Family

    5 days ago - By Eater

    The show reveals how culinary tradition, as improvisational care, is passed down by generations of queer and trans people of color Growing up, my grandmother never served me a plate of food without reminding me that it was “made with love.” This concept of food as an affirmation of belonging doesn't necessarily need to be said to be understood on a basic level. But it's a message we often take for granted, and one that hit close to home last week as I tuned in to my new favorite show, Pose , an unconventional family drama that centers around the ballroom scene in 1980s New York, where...
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