“Never Have I Ever” Review

In this coming-of-age dramedy, an Indian-American high schooler navigates culture clashes, crises, and crushes.

Growing up sucks.

These days, no one seems to understands this better than Netflix, who has sparked a resurgence of teenage coming-of-age stories on its streaming platform. Titles like To All the Boys I’ve

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A queer, herbivorous, leftist Viking. I write about society, justice, and popular media. UChicago grad. Based in Iceland.

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Björn Jóhann

Björn Jóhann

A queer, herbivorous, leftist Viking. I write about society, justice, and popular media. UChicago grad. Based in Iceland.

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