Abby Webb, Rice University
Surprise! Erectile dysfunction isn’t the only problem plaguing pleasure.
Year after year, the Academy proves itself ignorant of female-driven stories.
Fans’ obsession with Netflix’s lead serial killer points to a much darker, real-life cultural trend in which people fall for monstrous men.
The app might appear to be just a harmless reincarnation of Vine, but TikTok has plenty of skeletons in its digital closet.
Currently on Netflix, this BBC makeup contest revives a genre in dire need of revamping.
Amazon’s dark comedy proves being a spy isn’t all glitz and glamour as intelligence officer John Tavner faces every obstacle in the book.
A dull, misogynistic waste of time, ‘LP1’ proves the former One Direction singer belongs in the trash.
The proliferation of quirky company Twitter accounts just goes to show that nothing is sacred when it comes to commercialism and advertising.
They used to be reserved for dimming stars, but now it’s hosting the brightest and regaining its reputation.
Directors Tailfeathers and Hepburn’s new movie emulates a relentless reality that grounds the film and gives a voice to the indigenous experience.
The success of the rapper’s second annual festival proves Astroworld 2020 will not be one to miss.
The constant grinding to achieve success might inspire motivation in some, but it comes at a personal price.
This indie pop artist’s debut album ‘Immunity’ goes far beyond the expectations established by her viral singles.
The rising popularity of the gluten-free diet endangers the wellbeing of people actually suffering from gluten intolerance.
Some people may still be squeamish, but it’s high time we normalize talking about vaginal health. Here’s a crash course with all the need-to-know info.
Her skyrocket to stardom, ‘Fleabag,’ may be over, but the actress/writer/producer is only shining brighter.
Hailing from Minnesota, these three friends drink wine and put their own spin on the true crime podcast.
The new Travis Scott documentary has some fun moments, but avoids deeper insights into the rapper’s life.
Texas staunchly defends its citizens’ Second Amendment rights, but its laws help enable mass shootings.
If you’ve ever considered counseling but can’t make the commitment, online therapy provides similar benefits with half the hassle.
It’s been 50 years since the festival, but its message lives on.
You might not realize it, but biphobia and homophobia are wildly different sides of the same coin.
From drive-thru daiquiri stands to legal, public underage drinking, Louisiana’s alcohol laws allow for some … unconventional interpretations.
It might not be the scariest show on Netflix, but here’s why the horror series should be on your watchlist anyway.
We like to believe we’re immune to propaganda, but in the age of social media, it can be a lot more insidious than we expect.
The trope of the Bond girl is finally dead.
Our country is facing a mental health crisis, and it’s gone ignored for too long.
Ingrid Michaelson’s new album sets the ever-popular ‘Stranger Things’ to music.
It’s time to stop shaming people for taking nudes, and start doing something about the ones who leak them.
This summer, lose calories, not money.
The redundancy of this new season is like something that you’d find in an actual ‘Black Mirror’ episode.
Something good can come from even the worst of breakups.
Art doesn’t have to be expensive, and it can make all the difference in transforming your humble space.
I mean murder is relative, right?
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