Whether he’s playing an action star or a woke bae, The Fate Of The Furious star is ready to be who you want him to be.
The 13-year-old’s shameless behavior — and refusal to apologize for it — goes against the way we want white teenage girls to act.
True crime is having a moment — and podcasts like My Favorite Murder resonate with audiences because they reframe the narrative of female victimhood and provide tools for survival.
When I discovered Lemony Snicket’s books as a kid, they made me feel less alone in my fears that everything might not be okay.
In stressful times, we turn to the internet to take care of us, but if the connection is one-sided, does it count?
At a victory rally last week in Pennsylvania, the crowd was full of people who support Trump, even if they were too young to vote for him.
My mom’s Kashmiri cooking has always tethered me to home. So it’s no wonder she won’t give me (all) the secrets to doing it myself.
RuPaul’s Drag Race was always about sisterhood, but with a more mainstream audience comes an intense kind of scrutiny, both internally and externally. Warning: Spoilers ahead!
Conservative talking heads like Jesse Watters and Lauren Southern don’t seem to understand that slapping someone in the face and saying it’s comedy isn’t enough.
There were open bars, Slip’n Slide competitions, and hookups, but trying to recapture childhood can turn dark really fast.
A conversation about plastic surgery is also, in a complicated way, a conversation about the literal erasure of our pasts.
After being roofied twice, I realized I didn’t always know who was watching me. And how dangerous that is.
Ghomeshi’s statement is, technically, an apology. What it lacks speaks volumes.
The answer will shock you.
The Jian Ghomeshi verdict was hardly unpredictable, but it was infuriating for anyone hoping for some good news.
A trip to the house my grandfather built in India made me realize that home is never exactly how you remember it.
On a trip to India, I learned that everyone had been pronouncing my name incorrectly. Maybe we’re all trying to navigate the gray area between who you are and who everyone says you are.
Why online harassment feels no different than street harassment for the women who experience it first-hand.
I mean, you’re going to die anyway, but might as well be less bad before it happens.
I don’t remember giving you my email address, Father.