Raven-Symone Gets Candid On Why She Felt ‘Catfished’ By ‘The View’, Talks Not Having A ‘Safe Environment’ As A Queer Child 

By Melissa Romualdi. Published: 6 hours ago Last updated: 6 hours ago In a candid new interview with Raven-Symone, the 36-year-old actress opened up about her experience as a former co-host on “The View” and why she initially didn’t want to come out as queer. Although the former Disney child star “enjoyed” her time on the daytime […]

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From McGraw to Midnights: A Retrospective of Taylor Swift’s Album Eras and Aesthetics

When did Taylor Swift become Taylor Swift? It’s not an easy question to answer. Swift is the consummate skin-shedder, forever toeing the line between self-expression and self-creation. In this sense, she’s also the consummate millennial: taught from youth to craft a persona, only for human emotion to blow it up. The difference is Swift, unlike […]

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Michelle Obama, Amal Clooney, and Melinda French Gates on the Urgent Need to Support Girls’ Education

If you happened to be walking through Midtown Manhattan yesterday afternoon, there’s a fair chance you felt something akin to a magnetic force pulling you toward the Manhattan Center, where former First Lady Michelle Obama, Melinda French Gates, and Amal Clooney came together to discuss an issue close to their hearts: girls’ empowerment and education. […]

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Iranian Women Are Cutting Off Their Hair in Protest After Mahsa Amini’s Death

Iranian women are protesting the death of one of their own, Mahsa Amini. Amini, a 22-year-old, died on Friday, three days after being arrested by Iran’s morality police. These police officers have all the powers of a law enforcement agency and are in charge of enforcing the country’s strict dress code mandates for women, including […]

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The Good Boss

The always-great Javier Bardem punches below his weight in this naggingly light comedy of workplace manners. If you want to see a heavyweight world champ fighting in a piddling featherweight bout, look no further than Fernando León de Aranoa’s The Good Boss, in which Javier Bardem goes full sitcom as the apparently benevolent owner of […]

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