Discover the radical energy of this unsettling psychodrama

In 1970, J.G. Ballard’s The Atrocity Exhibition was first published by Jonathan Cape in the UK. This anti-novel has had a complicated publication history: all 15 of the (linked) stories that make up its chapters had already been published separately over the previous four years; in America, Doubleday & Company pulled their scheduled 1970 publication […]

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I Wish I Had The Lesbiana’s Guide to Catholic School as a Teen

When 16-year-old Yamilet came out, she lost her best friend and entire social circle. Hoping to start over, she decides to play the role of a super-straight girl in her new environment: a Catholic high school. Sonora Reyes’ The Lesbiana’s Guide to Catholic School follows Yamilet’s struggles to keep her queerness under wraps, especially when […]

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Post Malone Hosts KC Chiefs at Concert, Rages with Team Backstage

Play video content Breaking News It’s good to be the CHAMPS … just ask Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce and the rest of the Chiefs who all got the super-VIP treatment at the Post Malone concert. Post — a HUGE football fan — invited the Super Bowl champs to his Kansas City show at the Sprint […]

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Love Island’s Yewande rages ‘crazy bitch will come out’ as Arabella flirts with Danny

Tonight’s episode of Love Island feaured a love triangle, a first date for Amy Hart and Curtis Pritchard, and a whole lot of drama.  Yewande Biala, who is currently coupled with Danny Williams, failed to keep her cool when newbie Arabella Chi tried to woo her man.  Earlier on in the episode, Yewande sat on […]

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