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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?
Yusuf Tamanna
8.8.18
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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.
Alice Pfeiffer
8.6.18
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how can fashion be decolonized?

Ahead of a landmark show of Muslim fashion in San Francisco, we ask if fashion's history and current culture be rethought.
Alice Pfeiffer
7.30.18
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why do tv shows like insatiable continue to get produced?

Do we really need another show that suggests women value themselves by their bodies and men’s perceptions of them?
Precious Adesina
7.27.18
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victoria’s secret is out of touch with what women want now

Has there been a shift in what sexy means?
Annie Lord
7.26.18
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there’s a lot more than just homophobia in that trump-putin kissing cartoon

Why are we so fascinated with the gay sexual power dynamics of world leaders?
Sessi Kuwabara Blanchard
7.20.18
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the haul video trend promotes the worst parts of fast-fashion

A closer look at the YouTube subculture and its impact on shopping habits.
Jake Hall
6.21.18
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when did we start referring to ourselves as queer?

The history of the word queer takes in everything from Oscar Wilde, to the Stonewall Riots, to reality TV.
Yusuf Tamanna
6.19.18
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are we pushing horror film actors too far?

Actors are putting their mental health at risk for movies that push the boundaries of fear.
Emily Kirkpatrick
6.7.18
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some of the most powerful movements have been led by black women

One of the three founding members of Black Lives Matter, Patrisse Khan-Cullors, discusses how the movement began and where it needs to go next.
Tanya Compas
5.16.18
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we’re millennials 2.0 and we’re coming to get you — lauren stocks on generation change

Teenager Lauren Stocks blew our minds with her speech at the Labour party conference last year. Voice trembling with emotion, she spoke out for every “spaced-out, stressed-out, depressed kid in a battlefield where they can’t afford pens and paper."
Lauren Stocks
5.10.18
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the problem with ryan murphy's ‘consent’

No, you should not make a fictionalized show about the #MeToo movement.
Emily Kirkpatrick
5.8.18