Culture & Criticism
Plus, in this edition of Cleanse the Timeline, a coming-of-age novel set in living in 1960s Rhodesia and everything you missed from us this week.
From a dark Andrew Garfield miniseries on Hulu to a new Vanessa Bayer Showtime comedy.
"I've just been trying to work around the clock as much as I can with two kids of my own to try to provide people with strategies for what to do.”
Originally designed for gay men, the dating app has become more inclusive over the years. But while some Grindr users welcome women, others resent their presence.
The rapper’s latest album, Come Home the Kids Miss You, is generic and self-serious.
For our new Crypto Diaries series, a New Yorker who's in 97 Discords walks us through his “degen headspace.”
Selling Sunset's reunion special was full of surprises.
More prestige adaptations of real-life stories are coming to screens every month. Do the people involved get a say? (Contains spoilers for Candy.)
Hundreds of thousands of people follow these influencers to find out how to have a baby as a single person.
We're looking to speak with queer and trans teachers for an upcoming BuzzFeed News story.
Mormon influencers are some of the most followed, analyzed, and discussed creators in the social media space. Some have been speaking out all week about the Supreme Court news, and many are standing up for a pregnant person’s right to choose.
HBO Max’s The Staircase takes a predictable trip down the rabbit hole of the Michael Peterson trial. (Contains spoilers.)
Sometimes, you just wanna see what else the designers have got up their sleeves...
In this edition of Cleanse the Timeline, we talk about basic bro fashion influencers, Chlöe Bailey, what we're reading, and more.
Originally designed to correct mismatched length in legs, limb-lengthening surgery has become more popular for men looking to permanently increase their height.
This sweet and even slightly formulaic love story feels almost radical given the current political climate. (Spoilers ahead.)
Does she even understand that everything that has ever happened to me is all her fault??? (Contains spoilers.)
A new Hulu miniseries thoughtfully explores a family’s surreal life in the true crime spotlight.
Ten years ago, E.L. James’ explosively successful series ignited countrywide debates about kink, sexuality, and feminism in the bedroom — a legacy still playing out today.
So many clothes for infants have blatant and cringe sexual messages. It's kind of wild.
There was my life before the show started, and then my life as soon as BTS took the stage at Allegiant Stadium.
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“I've always said that I wish there was a show like The Office that reflected my life as a teacher.”
(Spoilers): The latest Netflix dating show had a bleak ending.
Recent stories about models’ experiences on the series are causing people to reconsider the reality show’s legacy.
Some internet sleuths are turning bread crumbs into full-blown conspiracies. Here’s why.
The boundary-pushing artist's public enthusiasm for her peers is so endearing.
In Chicago, Pamela Anderson plays a woman who turns scandal into stardom. In real life, she’s reclaiming her legacy too.
Heather Dubrow's ego and pretension are setting her up for some delicious schadenfreude.
Plus, how an influencer called out a fashion brand and got her own plus-size line, and a book that challenges you to reconsider your own romantic preconceptions.