Andrew Haigh’s upcoming Strangers makes lovers of Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal

Last fall, the widely-crushed-upon Paul Mescal sent his legions of admirers into paroxysms with the news that he’d play opposite Josh O’Connor in an upcoming romance set around World War II, to be directed by Oliver Hermanus. The Mescal hype train has continued rolling, with the actor scoring an avalanche of fresh critical acclaim for […]

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How Planned Parenthood Is Providing Abortion Care in a Post-Roe America

Abortion access in the United States has been under vicious attack for decades, forcing clinics and patients to constantly adapt to a complicated legal environment. But now that the Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade, removing the constitutional right to abortion and eliminating a nearly 50-year precedent, the future of abortion access is murkier […]

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Amazon Secretly Has a Ton of Dermatologist-Approved Sunscreen on Sale Right Now

Edward BerthelotGetty Images Believe it or not, July 4th weekend is here! Summer is in full swing, which means long days under the sun are in store for you and your family. While that sounds like all fun and games, you must make sure to properly protect yourself and your family from the sun’s powerful […]

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‘I Need That Dress’ and Other Thoughts We Had During the Only Murders in the Building Season 2 Premiere

We’re back at the Arconia, the fireworks are sparkling in Charles Haden-Savage’s imagination, and wouldn’t you know it—more people are dead! Last season’s finale of the hilarious murder-mystery comedy Only Murders in the Building ended, as expected, on a quaint note: Mabel Mora (Selena Gomez) returned to her apartment in the famed Upper West Side […]

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High-Fashion Swimwear Brands that Stand Out This Summer

By ESTELLE PULESTON Is it just me, or do most bikinis and swimsuits look the same? Colors and prints vary of course, but when shopping for swimwear, I find myself trawling through the same tired silhouettes over and over. I want something different, something eye-catchingly unique! The good news is, spectacularly-creative swimwear is out there. […]

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Why Imagine Me & You deserves to be remembered as a queer rom-com classic

The rom-com is an important and underrated genre of film – where else can an audience find comedy, happiness, angst, character development, and a love story that will always have a happy ending?  It’s this guaranteed positive outcome that makes LGBTQ+ rom-coms so important and a refreshing change from queer media marred in sadness (and […]

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