keanu forever: why keanu reeves is perfect
We’ll never stop loving you, Keanu.
instagram is the only dating app we're all using
Instagram publicises our private moments and makes our relationships "official". It's shaping how we love even if we think it doesn’t.
does 'the hills' have a place in 2018?
It was a pioneer of the scripted-reality format we’ve become so obsessed with. But how will it fair in a culture that’s ultimately outgrown it?
are dad trainers over?
And are we all bored of ugly fashion now?
what does changing social media use reveal about the shifting anxieties of gen z?
Does migration to self-deleting media and trigger-happy liking mean that Gen Z are less anxious than millennials?
welcome to the era of celebrities interviewing celebrities
It’s not a good era, not gonna lie.
here’s why sza’s plastic-free line could change the sustainable fashion game
The ethical fashion industry is in sore-need of a rebrand. Can stars like SZA be the ones to do it?
why hip-hop loves craig green
When hip-hop, a genre still beholden to binary ideas of masculinity and heteronormativity, begins to embrace fashion that is a little more gentle, a little more tear-inducing, there's change afoot.
how injectables lost their stigma
It seems like altering yourself through cosmetic procedures isn't that big a deal anymore.
the importance of depicting "tucking" on screen for trans women
As the 2018 summer heat flares to record highs across the globe, the pressure to "tuck" explodes. For the first time, this simple act played out sensitively on screen in 'Pose'.
Sessi Kuwabara Blanchard
grindr has a new app to address discrimination
Grindr’s upcoming rebrand to ‘Kindr’ says “It’s time to play nice” -- but what can an app do to solve the epidemic of discrimination among gay men?
why is street harassment such a part of french culture?
As awareness grows around sexual harassment and assault, France needs to move away from its local, ingrained macho culture.
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