Teenage photographer Maegan Sundlie focuses her lens on how the media packages women.
This comment was by Bill on the post “Why ‘Manning Up’ is the Worst Thing You Can Do” by Mark Greene.
“I’m Afraid of Americans” was first released as a single in 1997, on David Bowie’s album Earthling. It’s making the rounds on the internet lately, usually with a one-word commentary: “apropos”.
What is honor… and why has American culture lost touch with it? It’s the simple pleasures that bring the most joy in life, and one of my favorite pastimes has been listening to my friends play music. Not going to concerts, mind you, but having great tunes performed in my immediate vicinity while drinking, smoking,…
Sean Beaudoin deconstructs Jessica Pare, Megan Calvet, and Megan Draper.
Vince Navy waves a dull goodbye to Betty Draper, and the end of the “Mad Men” series.
They say you should never judge a man until you walk a mile in his terrible, unlaced shoes.
My dad made it seem like it was normal to make cat-calls to women on the street.
To kick off National Poetry Month, Poetry Editor Charlie Bondhus writes about poetry’s role in “the unacknowledged world” and invites all readers to consider their own “moments of being.”
As Art Edwards scrolls Facebook, he “likes” a bunch of stuff… But does he actually LIKE any of it?
Why are parents of boys threatened by a color?
Have the Baby Boomers ruined aging for the rest of us?