Black Mirror’s “Striking Vipers” episode and the new movie The Last Black Man in San Francisco offer two competing ideas of black male intimacy. Mild spoilers.
The dark dramedy takes the horrors of modern dating to hilariously morbid extremes. Warning: Spoilers ahead.
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Jenny Xie, Tommy Pico, Sam Sax, and seven other poets share their favorite collections of the year.
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The R&B singer, despite his progressive politics, has remained uncontroversial in an increasingly polarized moment. But has it come at an artistic cost?
A new survey conducted by BuzzFeed News and Ipsos shows a notable partisan and generational divide on the #MeToo movement.
“Genius” is a title Aretha deserves, without question. That we have often failed to give it to her (and other black women) only shows our own biases.
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No other toddler gives me as much unbridled joy as minor Instagram sensation Jayde Robinson, age 2 and a half.
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By celebrating and offering up a history lesson on black music, the pop star’s Coachella performance was a brilliant rebuke of the whiteness of most music festivals.
A candid conversation with Terese Marie Mailhot, Meredith Talusan, Ijeoma Oluo, Kathryn Belden, and Kima Jones about identity in publishing.
From verse about Columbus Day to trying to masturbate on election night — these poems have range.
My beliefs as a conservative evangelical teenager were dogmatic and fervent — until they weren’t. Now I know there was never any place in that faith tradition for someone like me.
Lee's new Netflix series is full of didactic moments that detract from the impact a more nuanced reimagining of his original film might have had.
A growing number of films by female directors that focus on unruly teen girls and their unapologetic sexuality, like Greta Gerwig's Lady Bird, suggest a new way forward for the coming-of-age movie.
Recent controversy over the lack of condoms in Insecure's sex scenes have sparked questions about the role scripted television programs play in promoting safe sex.