One year ago I wrote about my vagina and men’s opinions of it. Things have not improved.
How to do it the RIGHT way.
Not quite as detailed as I might have expected given Teen Vogue’s growing coverage of just about everything, but a good and gentle introduction.
American history—law, economics, culture—has built different notions of masculinity (and femininity) for people of varying races and ethnicities. A trip through a century of pop culture and the stereotyped images that white supremacy has manufactured and attached to Asian and African American men. With scholars Tim Yu and Mark Anthony Neal and co-hosts John Biewen and Celeste Headlee.
Now I’m even more sad that Bruce Lee died an early death.
This Valentine's Day our curator, Kristian Martin, looks at the notorious sex life of the famous diarist Samuel Pepys.
Odd that he didn’t try to hide this better. It’s also more interesting to read this in the year of #MeToo.
When extrapolated a bit, this thesis is one of the best arguments for why Twitter and other methods of social media are so useful. There really is a great idea at the core of this presentation.