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"I've just been trying to work around the clock as much as I can with two kids of my own to try to provide people with strategies for what to do.”
More prestige adaptations of real-life stories are coming to screens every month. Do the people involved get a say? (Contains spoilers for Candy.)
Hundreds of thousands of people follow these influencers to find out how to have a baby as a single person.
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In this edition of Cleanse the Timeline, we talk about basic bro fashion influencers, Chlöe Bailey, what we're reading, and more.
So many clothes for infants have blatant and cringe sexual messages. It's kind of wild.
There was my life before the show started, and then my life as soon as BTS took the stage at Allegiant Stadium.
Some internet sleuths are turning bread crumbs into full-blown conspiracies. Here’s why.
Plus, how an influencer called out a fashion brand and got her own plus-size line, and a book that challenges you to reconsider your own romantic preconceptions.
As the platform’s stars pivot or quit altogether, what does the next generation of YouTube creators look like?
Love’s fans aren’t coming just to work out, but also to fundamentally improve themselves and their lives.
Plus, an Aretha Franklin throwback and why we're still thinking about Love Is Blind's Shake.
The Bachelor has always been absurd, but it reached new heights this season by leaning into the mess.
Plus, in this edition of our Cleanse the Timeline newsletter, a reflection on Ilya Kaminsky’s Deaf Republic and a deep dive into the #prhauls tag.
From Zelensky thirst traps to Star Wars memes, the collective obsession with virality has led to some embarrassing and insensitive posts.
Netflix’s Inventing Anna has given the “Soho grifter” a 600,000-follower platform.
“Am I the only Christian woman who is not surprised one bit that an essential oil company would come out as satanic?”
After dealing with burnout and frustrations over Instagram’s policies, these influencers are rebuilding their businesses on their own terms.