Wearing a safety pin is a mark of “I will protect you with my own body if necessary.” Wearing one is a responsibility, not a symbol of solidarity.
You don’t have to believe everything Donald Trump does to vote for him, but you do have to be OK with everything he believes, and he believes some really awful stuff.
Why Donald Trump is a fascist, part seven of an eight part essay. Fascism according to Italian intellectual and author Umberto Eco’s definition.
You may have seen your favorite celebrity like Taylor Swift or Gigi Hadid sporting one of these babies [referring to high-waisted bikini bottoms] on their latest social media post … either way, […]
Is George RR Martin a creepy misogynist? Alyssa Rosenberg brings a big dose of perspective to the "debate" (plus some comments on Terry Pratchett, while we're at it)
Last week, Sady Doyle published a protracted rant against George RR Martin’s Song of Ice & Fire series at TigerBeatdown.com. My initial reaction was that while her piece was certainly stylishly composed, the […]
by John Cavanaugh What a gorgeous bit of nostalgia from Chevrolet! Or whatever this is trying to be. Especially in tough economic times like these, I like to think about the possible […]
Â Is legislation the answer to ending anorexia in the fashion industry? “Project Runway” has been a mixed blessing for the fashion industry. On one hand, it’s given us the chance to become […]