Effortlessness has become the greatest commodity a woman can own.
Once the writers figured Winston out, he was a delightfully weird and genuinely nuanced character.
A trio of black women at Kensington Publishing is challenging the old, predominantly white narratives of who gets to fall in love.
It's because maturity looks so good on him.
With her fourth novel, An American Marriage (and a little help from Oprah), Jones is arriving at the big moment she’s been waiting for.
OMG, Captain America thinks he's a dork! (and other things he told us on Thirst Aid Kit)
A dash of Groundhog Day, a soupçon of High Fidelity, and lashings of human tenderness have made Lovesick this generation’s answer to the golden age of rom-coms. (Warning: Spoilers ahead!)
The actor’s specific alchemical charm was a balm for our woes this year.
Thirst Aid Kit, a new podcast from Bim Adewunmi and Nichole Perkins, explores how pop culture shapes our desires.
Giving you everything you need to lust out loud.
Buried beneath the sickening story of Harvey Weinstein's abuse is another story — the problem of casting women by their fuckability — and who that leaves out.
The release of The Velvet Rope twenty years ago helped paved the way for pop music that is both personal and political.
Shifting market forces, immigration reform, and a lack of interest from younger generations mean that black farmers in the small town of Covert, Michigan, are at a crossroads.
Sharapova's new memoir suggests that she still can't seem to accept the reality that her whiteness is not enough to compensate for her own failings.
It’s easy to scoff at the cult of Diana. But the mourning in the wake of her death was as much about the senseless tragedy as it was about her, herself.
"We're having to walk through life being aware of our blackness," he told BuzzFeed News. "We need to understand our people's pain. And that doesn't come with sugar and cupcakes."
By centering a black woman's experience, Netflix’s new film The Incredible Jessica James is the indie rom-com black fans of the genre have been waiting for.
When the natural hair video blogger Meechy Monroe died of brain cancer at 32, it was gutting for women like me who considered her not just a celebrity, but something closer to a friend.
The 26-year-old musician makes atmospheric R&B that’s self-questioning, self-affirming, and as relatable as it is personal.
J.Lo’s hard work and versatility, rather than solely raw talent, have kept her on top for decades. Now, with World of Dance, she’s using her power to mold new stars in her own image.