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Is There Any Feminism Left to Be Found in ‘The Mindy Project?’

Mindy is the talk of T.V. town. Now in its third season, the show has jumped off the safety train to explore must-not-mentions like anal sex, ruffies, frat tournaments, and stripper-dom. Since its debut in 2012, the characters have come into their own, accepting their quirks and kinks for comedy’s sake. But though Ms. Kaling and her crew are more than willing to self-deprecate for a laugh, sometimes, they cross that nearly indistinguishable boundary between funny and fixed.

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