Hey! It's been two whole months since Fanon went live, did you even realize it? Before I leave you with a ✨full✨ issue today, I have some news for you.
📻 A cool update: Fanon now has a new podcast program as of next Wednesday! I'll tell you we'll be pretending to be a detective—that's the only info I'll give out, just to keep some excitement for you. If you follow our Instagram account, you can be notified of updates faster. It's here.
🍿 "Nope to Nope!": We wrote a manifesto for those who don't like Nope, the newest movie of director Jordan Peele, who conquered the heart of contemporary horror cinema with Get Out and Us. You're welcome at Kaleidoscope for a close-read on the movie.
🦸♀️ Stan #11: Our guest for today at Stan is Türkü Ata, whom you might know from the podcast program of Ayıptır Söylemesi and Kız Başına, a social responsibility platform working to reduce the types of violence based on gender inequality in Turkey. If you want to be inspired by someone who admires the endless, tireless, always alive curiosity, let us invite you below.
🧠 Should I be those among the ones who create content: "Is it up to me?" Sena Albayrak asks and relates the issue to a pop singer in Turkey, Hande Yener, and her album Apayrı. Enjoy.
🛍 Before you leave: Don't miss the discount code Pemy Store has prepared for us—it's down below, in the yellow channel!
❤️🔥 Illustration: İrem Türkmen
💘 Bratz™️: Alara Demirel
📼 Jordan Peele’s newest movie: “Nope to Nope!”
🦸 Stan #11: Türkü Ata
🌈 "Is it up to create content?": What does Hande Yener's album Apayrı or Eylem's song Aman song have to do with feeling comfortable while sharing my ideas
🎞 What's up next week?: Sude Gee
Can't seem to log out of TikTok these days,