The director’s rebuttal to Dylan Farrow’s allegations that he molested her depicts his ex, Mia Farrow, as a deceitful, manipulative, hate-mongering witch who brainwashed his child. A close examination of his own statements paints a different picture.
When it comes to immigration reform, we need to hear from American citizen allies who support undocumented immigrants like me.
It’s time to go from “otter” to hotter.
After the opposition from some of my Latter-day Saint friends to the Supreme Court’s ruling on DOMA and Prop 8, I assumed there would be a similar reaction following Utah’s marriage ruling. Instead, there’s been silence.
After a year of frightening panic attacks, the very thing that caused my anxiety would also cure it.
My body started falling apart, then I lost my job. A red-faced rhesus macaque and a bout of dysentery helped me find my path.
I took a nine-month leave of absence and beat Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Returning to a world that didn’t understand or even know about my illness was the next challenge.
My nephew was born dead the day after Christmas. Now I’m trying to allow myself to mourn — and love him.
When I was almost 25, I made a list of what I wanted to accomplish by the time I was 35. Things haven’t gone totally according to plan.
Here’s to moderation in 2014.
It was easy to forget that life can come into the world just as it leaves it. Making the baby sweater was a tangible reminder.
This year I want to feel more connected. Because it’s too easy to forget why we’re here.
It wasn’t until I climbed Mount Kilimanjaro with my sister and my father that I began to come to terms with my family’s history.
Little black girls are taught when and how to be silent before anyone ever tells us we have the right to say no.
Her new self-titled visual album exposes the imperfection that first made me love her.
The “catch an illegal immigrant” event was deeply offensive not only to undocumented immigrants like me, but also to our American citizen relatives, allies, and supporters, because it struck the kind of ignorant, dissonant chord we fight against every day.
One night at a music festival, someone put something in my drink. What happened next was humiliating and taught me how common these incidents are, and how easy, and wrong, it is to blame the victim.
Fred Astaire, Rock Hudson, Jack Kerouac, and even Jacqueline Kennedy show up in a new “sexual biography” of writer Gore Vidal. Author Tim Teeman examines why discussing the iconic writer’s sex life expands our understanding of him rather than contracts it.
Dante de Blasio’s bountiful fro has been a rare flash point in an otherwise drama-free New York City mayoral campaign, bringing the hairstyle’s cultural trajectory from revolutionary to mundane and now back again.
Conversations with former interns reveal their role was a strange one that will be unique to fill. A director allegedly offered a room of unpaid interns $100 to whoever could come up with “a good idea” on the spot.
When you’re undocumented, a driver’s license is not only a driver’s license — it’s proof that you exist. And while immigrants and allies wait for Congress to act, some local leaders are stepping up.
My transition from scared kid to die-hard horror devotee was a lot like coming out of the closet. As it turns out, I’m not the only gay man who feels that way.
We all write online these days, whether it’s a dashed-off Facebook status or a lengthy blog post. But I wasn’t prepared for how I’d feel after I used my platform to discuss something — and someone — personal in pixels that would last forever.
“Where are you from?” is an innocent enough question. But for someone who’s spent her whole life bouncing from place to place — and sometimes, without any home to speak of at all — it only leads to more questions.
Also: predictably terrible.
We’re suddenly not feeling quite so proud to be British.
As well as investigating the geekier side of Springfield, The Simpsons and Their Mathematical Secrets reveals that the writers behind Futurama also snuck a whole heap of nerdy references into the show.
Although all Americans are glad the government shutdown is over, some are happier than others. BuzzFeed’s Data Science Team used Facebook’s Keyword Insights API to find out who talked the most about the shutdown.