Economically left but otherwise extreme right, Nazbol is kind of a meme. But some of its fans might not be joking.
The humble thrift store has moved up in status to be a place where trendy people shop for unique pieces. But where does that leave the original customers?
Despite strict censorship and a general social attitude of intolerance, LGBT+ filmmakers have always found creative ways to use horror to tell their stories.
The label “witch” began as a tool for oppressing women. But women soon learned to wield it as a source of power.
Trends come and go. Braiding hair is eternal.
The #FreeBritney case isn’t the only conservatorship gone bad. But the legal tool still has its merits.
The gender pay gap bot has had enough of “women are brave” tweets from companies who underpay their female employees.
Just a century ago, you would have been laughed out of town for saying blue was for boys.
Afrofuturism asks if the future sci-fi imagines for us has space for people of African descent.
It’s hard enough dealing with intolerance from others. Here’s how to undo the damage when that seeps into your own thoughts.
Cancel Culture: the origins, the good, the bad, and why it’s time for an alternative.
The Bechdel test should be laughably easy. Yet so many films fail and the few that pass act like they’re feminist icons for doing the bare minimum.
These 7 queer webtoons will warm your heart and ruin your sleep schedule.
The word “feminist” has had negative meanings since the early days of the women’s rights movement. But its newer “bad” meanings might be a good sign.
Fatphobia is one of the last legal forms of discrimination, and it’s hurting the careers of the 80% of Americans who are overweight or obese.
Submission and domination have always had sexual, as well as political, connotations. But this gives a whole new meaning to “eating the rich.”