Really charming for a body horror. I enjoyed being able to view a woman's body/hormones through the male gaze in a way that wasn't offensive. It was an illustration of how it's possible for men to celebrate and aid women, even if they don't completely understand what it's like to be one. It also spoke to me as a story about how to accept love, even when experiencing dysmorphia and/or dysphoria.
Movies | Horror
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