There’s so much we can’t know about the future. But getting tested for COVID-19, at least, would tell me that my own worst-case scenario is the one I’m in right now.
“I deeply value doing things for the greater good, but so many people in my life seem not to. I don’t know how to go forward with these relationships.”
Pandemics have historically pushed humanity to undergo great moral and spiritual reckonings. This one could be ours.
Voters don’t have to identify with Bernie Sanders to believe he’ll do the best job representing people like them — and people completely unlike them, too.
The best films out of Sundance 2020 include a feature based on a viral Twitter thread and a time-warp rom-com starring Andy Samberg.
It shouldn’t surprise us that fiftysomethings, from Jennifer Lopez to Jennifer Aniston, can still look this good.
Greta Gerwig’s adaptation leaves room for the idea that Jo might be different in a way Louisa May Alcott never put into words. Spoilers ahead.
In 2019, mainstream American culture has wrestled with (white, middle-class) straightness — and the question of whether it might be an ultimately doomed project.
There were a lot of books published this decade. These are the ones we’ll never forget.
To a lot of progressive queer people, Buttigieg’s campaign symbolizes everything the marriage-focused mainstream gay rights movement has failed to deliver.
Showtime's new iteration of an old favorite mostly makes me wish that Hollywood would take more risks and let a new generation of queer characters explore their own universes.
Narrowing down the 25 best TV episodes from the past 10 years is maybe a silly thing to do. But we tried it anyway.
I love experimenting with style, but hate how much clothing I end up getting rid of. By renting and returning a few things each month, I think I can have it both ways.
Linda Hamilton's iconic character is as fit and formidable as ever in Terminator: Dark Fate, but the movie ultimately squanders the opportunity to say something new.
As illustrated by the A-list stars applauding Ellen DeGeneres’s friendship with George W. Bush and a “beautiful” video of Brandt Jean forgiving his brother’s killer, the most privileged among us too often prioritize positivity over justice.
Narcissistic, self-indulgent, worthless, cruel: criticisms leveled against social media influencers and young women who write about themselves sound a lot alike.
This summer I confronted an unsettling question: Why bother being kind to my body or saving for the future if there isn’t even going to be a future?
The modesty of a prairie dress, the horniness of a crop top — women’s style trends have gone haywire, and it’s great.
The family at the heart of HBO’s Years and Years alternates between anger and despair in the midst of global turmoil — just like us.
Rhys Ernst’s queer coming-of-age movie, Adam, was set to be an indie hit — then an online campaign started urging audiences to boycott it. What happened? (Spoilers.)