Brian O'Flynn

Opinion

everything you need to know about love, in one episode of 'the simpsons'

Happy Valentine's Day.
Brian O'Flynn
5 days ago
Music

why you should listen to ariana grande's new album, 'thank u, next'

Gazing on at her gracious acceptance of tragedy and loss, we’ve all been left wondering… is Ariana actually okay? Turns out, this is her therapy.
Brian O'Flynn
2.8.19
Music

diving into the secret history of lesbian culture with king princess

With her literary references and endless visual cues, she's reinventing the intimacy of the exclusive queer space for a new generation.
Brian O'Flynn
2.1.19
Music

parisian dj kiddy smile is queering the banlieues

Kiddy Smile is black, gay, the proud son of immigrants and remaking French house music in his image.
Brian O'Flynn
1.3.19
Culture

how meme culture made rude asmr huge

People are really getting into being insulted.
Brian O'Flynn
11.14.18
Film

why timothée chalamet is the perfect heartthrob for 2018

From his fashion choices to his breakout queer role, Timothée’s heartthrob status feels part of a wider movement towards a more fluid, less patriarchal idea of what beauty and masculinity means.
Brian O'Flynn
11.2.18
Culture

the carters in the louvre: the medicis of 2018?

We went on the museum's new "Beyoncé trail" to find out.
Brian O'Flynn
9.19.18
Culture

why do so many queer people love kill bill?

Exploring why queerness coalesces around certain cis-het cultural phenomena.
Brian O'Flynn
9.13.18
Think Pieces

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?
Brian O'Flynn
8.22.18
Think Pieces

ireland’s activists fight for free prep

The health of Ireland’s LGBT community hangs in the balance.
Brian O'Flynn
7.27.18
Culture

why is the bumbag so important to gay culture?

The question is not how the fanny pack came back. The question should be why the unique charm and utility of this glorious accessory (can we call it a Poppers Purse?) ever fell out of the homosexual purview.
Brian O'Flynn
7.23.18
Music

lily allen’s new album signifies a millennial coming of age

The noughties icon represents a time of Skins, Kate Nash, youthful carelessness and no responsibilities. So does her new album, No Shame, mark the end of our innocence?
Brian O'Flynn
6.12.18
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