Why We're So Obsessed with Sexy Monsters
'The Shape of Water' is the first film about a woman having sex with a fish-man to win a Golden Globe for Best Director. But getting seduced by an alluring creature is a tale as old as time.
The Unsettling Spectacle of Addressing Abuse at Hollywood's 'Party of the Year'
"We have a lot to talk about," read a tagline for this year's Golden Globes. But most men in attendance didn't get the memo—and certain alleged abusers weren't discussed at all.
Brave: These Men Wore 'Time's Up' Pins Despite Not Caring About Women
The women of Hollywood used their platforms to address abuse and injustice. The men were...less impressive.
The Author Writing Fairy Tales About the Horrors of Womanhood
"Her Body & Other Parties" author Carmen Maria Machado writes contemporary fables that explore the monstrous and violent side of female existence.
The Enduring Legacy of Eartha Kitt, a Subversive Icon Targeted by the CIA
The "Santa Baby" singer was so much more than a captivating entertainer—she was also an international political provocateur whose career was nearly ruined after she condemned the Vietnam War.
The Gruesome Demise of the 90s Erotic Thriller
The sexy, transgressive film genre that spawned "Basic Instinct" and "Fatal Attraction" is long gone. What happened?
The Filmmaker Literally Taking Us to the Top of the World
Director Jennifer Peedom makes films about mountains and the people foolish enough to climb them. We caught up with her ahead of the release of her new documentary "Mountain."
How ‘The O.C.’s Chrismukkah Became a Real Life Holiday
Seth Cohen made up the Christmas and Hanukkah holiday combo in season one of the teen drama. Now it's taken on a life of its own.
Remembering Lindsay Lohan's Bonkers Christmas Light Feud with an Entire English Town
“Everyone knows where Kettering is... It’s famous as the home of Weetabix breakfast cereal.”
It's Time to Stop Hating on Museum Selfies
Between Yayoi Kusama’s “Infinity” rooms and The Museum of Ice Cream, 2017 was the year of the art selfie. But are anxieties over Instagram's effect on museum culture another approach to keeping the art world insular?
‘Darkness Is Comforting’: The Japanese Artists Subverting Kawaii Culture
As more women reject the wholesome and cutesy aesthetic in their art, Aya Kakeda, Junko Mizuno, and Hinako Hinana explain why they find comfort in dark and twisted imagery.
The Masked Feminist Brigade Vandalizing Misogynistic Ads
In Paris, anonymous activists meet regularly to deface sexist billboards. We joined the group on one of their patrols.
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