Polyamorous people aren't all ugly, actually
Monogamous insecurity has caused a wave of memes debasing poly folks' looks. Maybe it's just jealousy.
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Is Taylor Swift our last remaining real popstar?
Shifting more albums and filling more stadiums than her contemporaries, Taylor has created a hysteria unseen since the industry's golden era.
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the royalty issue
How 2022 changed clubbing culture, maybe for the better
Alongside photographs by Jermaine Francis, Gabriel Szatan reflects on the dance pop number ones and new, fun energy to nightlife of the past summer.
The problem with the Tumblr renaissance
As Twitter burns, let’s not overlook the harmful culture of disordered eating as synonymous with the platform as indie sleaze and Lana Del Rey.
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Deuxmoi’s new novel has just one reader in mind: Deuxmoi
In ‘Anon Pls.’, the celebrity gossip account makes a bizarre albeit entertaining literary debut.
Need career advice? Watch out for the workfluencer
There's been a boom in online coaches doling out career advice. That wouldn't be a problem if they actually helped.
How the internet got so gross
Being beautiful online is boring — the trend cycle's taken a grotesque turn in the form of body morphing art, Brutalist beauty, food hacks and more.
Cuffing season is dead, actually
This fall, folks are abandoning the outdated seasonal romance trope in favor of friendships, self-development and non-transactional connections.
We shouldn't feel betrayed by influencers – they're not real
Our authenticity-obsessed culture turns real people into entertainment, but it’s just another layer of performance.
Why we all want to watch rich influencers suffer
Movies such as ‘Triangle of Sadness’, ‘Bodies Bodies Bodies’ and ‘Not Okay’ are a catharsis for our inability to actually eat the rich.
What is quiet firing?
Labour law calls it 'constructive dismissal'. TikTok has a different name for it.