We are slobs. Look at the way we dress, the way we treat others, the way we act. The effects are showing, too. This is an uncomfortable conversation.
The relationship between models & model agencies is challenging. The question is more what’s legal vs. what’s expected. Here is our perspective.
The #RetouchersAccord wants to bring ethics to Photoshop use, but whose ethics and why? We take issue with the concept.
Tombstones knocked over. Travel bans. Church police. Why does such hate continue against religion? Because religion promotes hate.
A popular song from the Doobie Brothers sets the stage for discussion of the fools who believe what isn’t real and never will be.
Resistance is brutal and we risk losing ourselves in the commitment to a cause.
We take a look at the #DeclarationOfResistance @BeauWillimon dropped on Twitter last week and annotate the 25 parts of his statement.
We may well be at the point where we cannot afford to sit back and watch, or wait until 2018.
The president looks to implement extreme vetting for immigrants but we think that might not work well.
As the government tries to hide, delete, or ridicule science information, a number of #Alt social media accounts have cropped up.
The Women’s March on Washington was a global success but one day of resistance is not enough. This is the time to design your dissent.
Resistance is more than one march and one protest. We must prepare for and commit to four years of resistance. That is, if you really care.
Sport is not art. Art is not sport. Why we even need to have this conversation borders on the ridiculous. Yet, because someone feels butthurt, we’re having this conversation.
2016 was brutal and beat us up in many ways. 2017 stands poised to be even worse if we let it. So, don’t let it. Here’s our guide to surviving.
This has been a helluva year. We’re not just saying goodbye to 2016, we’re shooting it in the head. Here, let me explain, why … pull up a chair and grab a beer.
The New Year is just around the corner. What do we think might happen in 2017? Here are our most reasonable predictions.
The New York Times‘ executive editor Dean Baquet said last week that mass media doesn’t “get religion.” But then, religion doesn’t “get” reason, either.
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