The writer reflects on how to grieve and most faithfully honor the life and work of L.A.-based artist and activist Diviana Ingravallo, who emerged during the AIDS pandemic and died an indirect casualty of COVID, rendered invisible by legacy media.
The writer appreciates how powerful a gun can make her feel. But it is imperative we let go of the good guy with a gun fantasy if we want to live to see another day.
An Arizona pastor is frothing over the coffee chain’s newly designed holiday cup with a nasty social-media campaign. Which this Christmas-loving Christian writer finds deeply offensive.
This feminist writer has always embraced the fiercer aspects of her femininity. And faced assumptions as bold as her bright-red lipstick as a result.
The internet reacted with vitriol when the trans advocate was given an ESPY award for courage. But as this writer, the military wife of a combat veteran, knows, you can’t quantify bravery.
The former Runaways bassist recently revealed that her bandmates allegedly witnessed her sexual assault by manager Kim Fowley and did nothing. Do they deserve our outrage?
Lawmakers are pushing to allow guns on college campuses to prevent sexual assault. But is that really a solution?
Unretouched images of the former supermodel’s postpartum body may seem shocking. But to most women, they’re a reflection of reality—one well worth celebrating.
We have a long history of fetishizing young girls. But from Sia’s “Elastic Heart” video to the recent story of the 17-year-old dating her dad, we seem to be leering at them more than ever.
Our guest columnist knows first hand that some men with a dark side are incredibly adept at putting their best face forward.