Why the Jeffrey Epstein case has something for everyone
Sitting on the sidelines of online outrage is no longer an option
The adult industry can’t distract from the fact it does far more harm than good
For a moment, it seemed fashion was daring to become irreverent, snobbish, charmingly insensitive and full of absurdities again
Moralizing on social media from footballers, actors and politicians is doing harm
Given his tendency for massively overreacting to the smallest slight, isn’t Twitter the perfect website for him?
Children in kindergarten or middle school today are likely to be educated for a world that will largely have disappeared by the time they graduate
The unwaxed ‘trans woman’ is using a sockpuppet account to harass people
Republicans and Democrats are dueling to see who can write the worst policy
Many of the pundits who spoke to the disgraced NBC journalist were actively tweeting their support of #TimesUp and #MeToo. What changed?
The silence and hypocrisy of Big Gay
Clinton advisers, tech executives and a media titan
Outfits countless teenagers have worn for decades are suddenly a symbol of sexlessness and ‘queer’ identity
As media and politics merge, who wins?
Anyone moderate with a brain and anything to lose has largely gone silent
When in doubt, start shouting about racism and watch your opponents wilt and wither
Memes are seducing them from a progressive society that only wants to shape them into acceptable adults
The wrong kind of bipartisan consensus
‘They can’t suicide all of us’
The Smallest Minority: Independent Thinking in the Age of Mob Politics by Kevin D. Williamson reviewed
Are none of my rich white woman brands safe from the Orange Man?
How is whiteness a matter of personal responsibility?