Being inclusive is important. But it’s not everything.
The comedian’s latest special blurs the line between victim and bully.
Leaked documents reveal that a company that was once rebellious and optimistic is now bloated, regretful, and uncool.
The battles over “virginity testing” and “virginity-restoration surgery” reveal the persistence of dangerous pseudoscience.
The Met Gala is where people go to make empty statements. No one at the event is rebelling against the power structure.
Half a century after the sexual revolution, a new generation of feminists understands that we still haven’t reconciled what we should want with what we do want.
Understanding global warming intellectually is not the same as feeling its presence in your daily life—or seeing photos of a 50-foot wall of fire.
Elite merchants put up a statue of a British slave trader. A band of protesters toppled it. Who decides what happens now?
A doctor nagged his twin brother to lose weight—but family arguments about food can be destructive.
The British experience should be a warning: Don’t let journalists go into politics.
How disability influencers are using TikTok to fight stigma
The U.K.’s newest television channel bets that American–style grievance politics will succeed in a much stuffier media market.
The popular newsletter service is changing the media business—and selling soap operas to people who think they’re above soap operas.
Facebook’s “Supreme Court” might have upheld Donald Trump’s suspension, but that doesn’t make it a real court.
The Scottish National Party has no viable opposition—so it has created one from within.
The life of the Queen’s husband, who has died at 99, reflects the turbulence of the last century.
A woman’s brutal murder in London prompts a debate about fear and freedom.
What if people don’t just invent medical symptoms to get attention—what if they feign oppression, too?
As Gloria Steinem said, “The truth will set you free. But first it will piss you off.”
The Oprah interview proved that the duchess won’t be silenced.