Opinion

Environment

Ok Doomers: Why you don't need to lose faith in fighting the climate crisis

Climate doomism helps absolutely no one. Here two experts respond to common arguments put forward by those with a fatalistic outlook of the future. Yes you should be outraged, but there's hope too.
Eilidh Duffy
a day ago
Opinion

Why female assassins mean so much to queer kids growing up

For those of us who grew up feeling vulnerable to the violence of hegemonic masculinity, warrior women on screen taught us a different kind of powerful.
Otamere Guobadia
5 days ago
Opinion

Why is the internet obsessed with Sarah Paulson?

Viral TikToks and resurfaced interviews have made the queer star of ‘Ratched’ and ‘American Horror Story’ into an unlikely online hero for young people.
Douglas Greenwood
10.20.20
Opinion

Netflix has responded to the Cuties controversy

The controversial Sundance movie, hit by accusations of promoting paedophilia, has led to lawsuits and boycotts in America.
Douglas Greenwood
10.14.20
Opinion

Should we be giving more or less of ourselves to the internet?

The pandemic has driven our lives even further online – but it's become no clearer where we should draw the line.
Joanna Kyte
10.5.20
Opinion

Can someone please explain Biden Beauty to me?

I need to know that it’s not just another harbinger of our rapidly decaying democracy.
Jenna Mahale
10.1.20
Opinion

Here’s why the British government’s Brexit fur ban isn’t all that it seems

Banning people but saving animals? Ok work.
Roisin Lanigan
9.28.20
Opinion

What will the fashion industry look like post-Covid 19

As we reemerge into a new season of shows we look at how the fashion industry may adapt, creatively and commercially.
Osman Ahmed
9.25.20
Opinion

How to fight serophobia

It’s time to end the stigma of living with HIV.
Martin Onufrowicz
9.22.20
Opinion

Luca Guadagnino’s new show is a queer, coming-of-age gift

The ‘Call Me by Your Name’ director returns to the rocky coasts of Italy in his breezy, beautiful and nonchalant story of teenagers navigating life on an American military compound.
Douglas Greenwood
9.15.20
Opinion

Why art schools must become less corporate and more radical again

With no access to studios, vital resources or physical degree shows, this year's graduates are frustrated. But, pandemic aside, many believe the problems art students are facing have been mounting for years.
Eilidh Duffy
9.7.20
Opinion

The unexpected triumph of Tiffany 'New York' Pollard

Tiffany is much more than just a funny reaction gif on your Twitter timeline -- she’s a reality TV genius who’s beat the odds to outdo the genre at its own racist, sexist game.
Christine Ochefu
9.7.20
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