Khloé Kardashian Plays A Part In Perpetuating Unrealistic Beauty Standards. Why Won’t She Admit That?
It’s hard to buy Khloé’s attempts at body positivity when she and her family profit from women feeling bad about themselves.
It's exciting to see Charlotte from Sex and the City get seduced by a mysterious nanny — until it very much isn't.
“I'm worried about losing my new lease on life.”
Excited? Anxious? All of the above? We want to know for an upcoming BuzzFeed News story.
Yes, it brought us that controversial Taylor Swift joke. Still, it’s as watchable as you’d expect.
The hit HBO Max miniseries is moving, but it overemphasizes the role of internalized homophobia and individual actions — rather than systemic violence — in worsening the first wave of the AIDS crisis. Spoilers ahead.
The French crossover hit and the darkly sexy investment firm drama each emphasize the thrills — and the downsides — of making work your identity.
From a hotly anticipated Fred Hampton biopic to a moving feature about a deaf family — these are the Sundance films you have to check out.
Even before Braunwyn Windham-Burke came out, most of her RHOC castmates weren’t exactly supportive of her attraction to women. Why is the franchise still condoning so much casual anti-LGBTQ prejudice?
We want to hear how you've been using your phone lately.
Tattoos are a reminder, when nearly everything else is out of your control, that your body is your own to do with what you will.
These are the films that give us all the ~holiday feels~.
Anti-trans pundits want you to think that trans people like Elliot Page pose an existential threat to lesbians. That couldn’t be less true.
Are we just not going to talk about Elena?? (Spoilers, obviously.)
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.