Patriots Day turns the Boston Marathon bombing into a superhero movie — and teaches us how to be okay with Trump’s new world order in the process.
When I started college in 1999, the digital revolution was in its awkward infancy. That awkwardness gave rise to moments of lovely serendipity — and pockets of blissful ignorance.
When Trump almost ran for president in 1999, he did it for reasons — and using tactics — that don’t look very different from his 2016 campaign. Trump didn’t change: We did.
Long before Brangelina and Jennifer Aniston, Debbie Reynolds provided the template for how to become the heroine in the scandal that was swirling around her.
The uncompromising coverage of Nate Parker’s alleged history of sexual assault seemed to suggest that both audiences and the press would no longer tolerate men behaving badly. But Casey Affleck, who settled suits brought by two women alleging sexual impropriety, is sailing toward a Best Actor Oscar. What’s different?
Time has long chosen controversial, notorious, or reviled figures as their “Person of the Year.” But in the age of Trump, has the nuance of “winning” the honor disappeared?
“We’ve made our own little safe space on frat row.”
For over a hundred years, shirtlessness has communicated specific ideas about manhood. So why do we feel nothing when a celebrity takes off his shirt today?
People magazine’s decision to celebrate the Trump family — after their reporter said she was sexually assaulted by Donald Trump — is an acknowledgment of what their readership desires.
This election ratified our nation’s tolerance of racism, bigotry, xenophobia — and abject disrespect for women.
Ivanka Trump’s poise and polish artfully mask just how closely her ideologies align with her father’s.
In recent weeks, several prominent female Christian authors, bloggers, and musicians have denounced Trump — one part of a larger renovation and rejuvenation of old-fashioned ideas of evangelical Christianity. But that doesn’t mean these women, or their followers, are voting for Hillary.
Melania Trump’s speech in the wealthy suburbs of Philadelphia helped people forget the stink of Trump’s campaign — if only for the afternoon.
In the midst of ongoing conversations about safe spaces on campus, Trump’s visit to the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire took place against a backdrop of racist taunts and a suspected hate crime.
She’s not in the photos of Trump rallies. She doesn’t have his sign on her lawn. She doesn’t like everything he says. But she’s voting for him.
Two women were thrown out of a rally Monday amid cries of “paid protester!” — one for yelling “Trump’s a rapist!”, the other for coming to that woman’s aid.
For over 30 years, Tom Hanks has been one of Hollywood’s most beloved stars — the quintessential Dad. But that simple likability camouflages the political potency of Hanks and the brand of white, middle-class Dad he’s come to represent.
At a protest in Manhattan — and during the last presidential debate — pussies and nasty women took on an extraordinary power.
Even if another woman accused Trump of rape, it wouldn’t matter — because that woman would be lying.