Happiest Season, Hulu's Christmas romantic comedy starring Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis, is sapped of its holiday cheer by a traumatic coming-out plotline. (Major spoilers!)
Did you ever think you’d live to see grown women in couture arguing about leg amputations?
Making space for joy is essential to the work of building a better world, but it’s impossible not to still feel anxious about the future right now.
How To With John Wilson lovingly captures the beauty in the bizarre, the magic in the mundane.
Netflix’s second Haunting series features a beautiful queer love story — one that’s nearly botched by some questionable choices in the end. (Spoilers, obviously!)
White Christian mothers have historically succeeded in carrying out the work of white supremacist patriarchy by dressing it in a prettier, more feminine package.
We'd like to hear what kinds of conversations you've been having with older relatives about the political climate.
From the creator of Sex and the City and Younger, we should expect more than…whatever this is.
From the bonkers Denise Richards takedown on Beverly Hills to Monique Samuels and Candiace Dillard’s violent feud on Potomac, the Housewives franchise has kept me going during the pandemic — and thank god for that.
The exes' reunion at a charity Fast Times at Ridgemont High table read last week was full of grins and giggles.
I miss putting on clothes and feeling like a person. But at least I can still watch other people do it.
The 18-year-old phenom wrote a gorgeous ballad turned bop over just two days in quarantine.
"Folklore" will have you feeling like a lovelorn teen again.
From Michaela Coel's I May Destroy You to the new season of The Twilight Zone.
I was skeptical when bike shorts first got trendy again. But after experimenting with them as a comfy quarantine look, I’m fully obsessed.
The historic Brooklyn Liberation march for Black trans lives featured righteous fury as well as queer joy — a blueprint for what Prides of the future can be.
As Black Lives Matter protests yield results, it’s become harder to ignore the gulf between well-meaning but ultimately worthless gestures and real, radical change.
Why are some journalists all too eager to rail against media suppression while downplaying — or even championing — police efforts to harass or arrest protesters?
If you share pictures of police officers kneeling or hugging protesters, you’re not advancing the cause against police brutality; if anything, you’re impeding it.
Peaceful Demonstrations Against Racism And Police Brutality Continued As Protesters Defied Curfew Orders
The demonstrations in Houston, New York City, and Washington, DC, were largely peaceful.