A good thing about owning Barbies if you’re a little queer girl is that you can look at their naked bodies and not feel like anyone will say anything weird to you for it.
Pitt's one of the most movie star–looking movie stars out there. But his best performances, from Fight Club to Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, have been in scene-stealing supporting roles.
The debate around guns has not always been the partisan stalemate it is today. But it has, like so many other political issues in the US, always been partly about race.
She committed to holding the door open wide for other black writers for as long as she could, writes Hanif Abdurraqib.
“We die. That may be the meaning of life. But we do language. That may be the measure of our lives.”
"Her narratives and mesmerizing prose have made an indelible mark on our culture."
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.)
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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood has reignited discussion about how Tarantino depicts women. Maybe the best way to explore the question is to let his characters speak for themselves.
Wedding content has been one of the biggest ways that mainstream culture celebrates white hetero femininity, so of course women from Elizabeth Taylor to Tana Mongeau have used it to their advantage.
BuzzFeed News talked with showrunner Jennie Snyder Urman about the role of sex on the groundbreaking CW series, which ends Wednesday.
With “Old Town Road” now the longest-running No. 1 song ever, Lil Nas X’s Extremely Online coming-out is even more meaningful.
Monsanto Industrial Chemicals admitted to poisoning residents of Anniston, Alabama, with PCBs. Years after a settlement, people are still sick. An excerpt from Harriet Washington's A Terrible Thing to Waste: Environmental Racism and Its Assault on the American Mind.
Are Nick Jonas and Jason Momoa really being body-shamed?
Growing up Mormon, I was taught that having babies is part of God’s plan. Today, I believe that humans owe it to each other (and the world) not to.
This summer’s been trash, but Megan Thee Stallion’s ubiquitous catchphrase is giving us some sweet reprieve.
Mark Manson, the bestselling author of The Subtle Art of Not Giving A Fuck and Everything Is Fucked, thinks we should stop complaining so much.
Lisa Taddeo’s Three Women is framed as a sweeping exploration of human desire, when it’s really just one more “relatable” narrative of straight women’s sexual despair.
Ilhan Omar, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and other first-term members of Congress are calling attention to a toxic legacy of racism within the Democratic Party.
I’m starting to doubt that anyone’s “process” alone can solve the problem of how to do creative work in a cutthroat, capitalist world.
Disney’s newest adaptation of a beloved classic feels wholly unnecessary.
Sarah and her peers are navigating intense relationships in their high-pressure performing arts high school — and some teachers are crossing a line.
Recent TV shows like Euphoria ask us to question why male full frontal nudity on the small screen is still so rare — and to think about the cultural baggage it carries.
The sexually fluid season of Are You the One? explores the complexities of gender and desire in a way rarely seen on reality TV — or in pop culture, period.
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Ari Aster's new movie is a nightmare about finding the place where you feel like you belong. Spoilers ahead.
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Opinion: I’m not proud of this country’s curtailment of human rights, but I am proud of Megan Rapinoe and her team for demanding better.
After all the confessional albums, candid footage, and memeable moments, Beyoncé still feels as distant as ever.