'The Handmaid's Tale' has a black people problem and its name is June
Dystopian fiction is by definition a showcase of the worst case scenario. To write it, creators must take horrible realities and stretch them to their logical, if pessimistic, conclusion. In a lot of ways The Handmaid’s Tale does dystopia fairly well — it draws upon modern misogyny, extremist pseudo-Christian ideology, and observable human rights abuses and imagines a world where all of society is governed by those terms.
The problem with writing a dystopia is that worst case scenarios are subjective. Everyone’s nightmare looks different to the person standing next to them. Margaret Atwood, who wrote The Handmaid’s Tale book even has a quote that speaks directly to this concept: “Men are afraid that women will laugh at them. Women are afraid that men will kill them.” Read more...More about The Handmaid S Tale, The Handmaid S Tale Deaths, Ofmatthew, Entertainment, and Movies Tv Shows