There is much to praise about Beyoncé’s husband’s new album, which documents the rapper’s reckoning with toxic masculinity. But is he due all the credit for his evolution?
The bombing at Ariana Grande's concert in Manchester was an act of terrorism on youth—specifically a deadly assault on girls and girl culture, and we cannot ignore the misogynist message.
Surprise-dropping "Lemonade" two days after the death of the High Priest of Pop was an incredibly bold move. And, according to this writer, a welcome and necessary one.
A youthful indulgence may hold the key to something deeper: societal permission for straight girls and women of all ages to express their sexuality publicly—and together as a community.
Melissa Etheridge talks about releasing her album on her own, her breast cancer survival, and the Twitter war it sparked with blogger Xeni Jardin.
But take it from someone who's been down this road before, U R better off without someone so Thicke in the head.