These novels, essay collections, memoirs, histories, and more will help you understand why there is no feminism without intersectionality, why we should remember our history before we repeat it, and why Roe v. Wade is a lot more tenuous than you might think.
This Is Us has managed the neat trick of being a show with wide appeal that’s also getting awards season recognition. Its secret might be…Christians? (Spoilers for the first half of Season 1.)
When I moved to New York City after college in 1999, it felt like anything was possible. But things were about to change more quickly than anyone knew.
Michelle Yeoh, Beyoncé, Wonder Woman, the Magnetic Fields, G.L.O.W., and a whole lot more. Mark your calendars.
In Netflix’s historical drama The Crown, Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth’s tense relationship is sometimes excruciating to watch — because it’s all too familiar.
If you’re trying to process what happened two weeks ago, these essays are a good place to start.
Chabon’s new novel, Moonglow, is being received this week with the kind of hype you’d expect for one of America’s most successful living writers. He’s a big deal. So why doesn’t he act like one?
Attacks on Jews — on social media and real life — have been normalized by the presidential race.
BuzzFeed editors give thanks for the support.
The author Marcy Dermansky has always been known for her complicated female protagonists — and while some might call them “bad” she rejects the notion that they’re unlikable. And so what if they are?
“It’s a level of just owning all the negativity, and just letting it come in and go right back out.”
After years of posting indiscriminately to social media, I was suddenly faced with uncomfortable questions about what will happen to all of it when I die.
In Bridget Jones’s Baby, Bridget is still just focused on finding a man and settling down. (Spoilers ahead, but only if you’ve never seen a rom-com.)
After her husband Anthony Weiner’s latest scandal, Hillary Clinton’s longtime staffer has found the limits of damage control in her own life.
As the site shuts down after almost 14 years, here are the stories BuzzFeed can’t forget.
In a keynote interview at the BlogHer 16 conference in Los Angeles, the reality star and businesswoman said she’s not a “‘free the nipple’-type girl.” But she still benefits from feminism, even if she doesn’t want to claim the term.
Eleven recent essays by young women who are tackling issues of race, gender, and class head-on.
Television’s obsession with the tiny house “revolution” is lighting up conversations about class, race, and even the politics of housing regulation.
Nearly 40 years ago, nine men died when a fire broke out in a bathhouse in Manhattan. What’s changed, and what hasn’t, in the interim.