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'Find Me' only painstakingly details the in-between years of Elio and Oliver's love affair when we already know how it's going to end.
céline dion has been breaking the gender binary since 1991
Our investigation proves Céline was an advocate for gender-fluidity long before she broke into a maternity ward.
how lana del rey made her life a work of art
Seven years after the summer of 'Video Games,' Lana no longer cares if you think she's faking it.
instagram is the only dating app we're all using
Instagram publicizes our private moments and makes our relationships "official." It's shaping how we love even if we think it doesn’t.
the most exciting book of 2018 is about a girl sleeping for a year
Ottessa Moshfegh's 'My Year of Rest and Relaxation' puts a darkly comedic spin on our self-care obsession.
why we're all so obsessed with neon
In the era of 'fake news' and reality star presidents, neon is everywhere, allowing us to revel in the hyperreal.
the radical, queer masculinity in gregg araki's dark coming of age films
From 'Mysterious Skin' to 'The Doom Generation,' the filmmaker has continually crafted subversive male characters.
what is first love, and why are we all obsessed with it?
The obsession goes all the way from Ovid to 'Call By Your Name.'
@sosadtody wrote a feminist romance novel about merman sex
Melissa Broder has established a fervent cult of young readers through her frank writing and tweets about depression and womanhood.
the rise of finstas shows we're all being fake online
Teens share how the explosive trend of fake Instagram accounts plays into our generation’s social media anxieties.