Kevin Bacon gets objectified in ‘I Love Dick,’ a wild deconstruction of sexual appeal
The Amazon original from 'Transparent' showrunner Jill Soloway flips the script.
Patricia Lockwood, internet folk hero, brings her piercing wit home on ‘Priestdaddy’
'Priestdaddy' is a wounding memoir, and an achingly funny look at a family living in Catholic guilt.
HBO doc ‘Tickled’ snowballs into an intense thriller
David Farrier wanted to explore a quirky online niche. He got way more than he bargained for.
Don’t underestimate the value of nostalgia in ‘La La Land’
'La La Land' works because the story it tells should be desperately familiar to viewers in 2016.
Against Mike Rowe’s folksy Facebook rants
As long as reality TV stars replace our presidents, they might as well replace our pundits.
Why Facebook should kill Trending News once and for all
Facebook can't replace editorial curation with algorithms—and it should stop trying.
The problem with calling Leslie Jones’s attackers ‘trolls’
This is what happens when we normalize unacceptable behavior.
How the creator of ‘Dilbert’ became the hero of the Trump subreddit
Scott Adams has made a second career criticizing feminists and theorizing on Trump's power.
Poetry is having a renaissance on social media
Shorter than a personal essay, but just as evocative in times of tragedy.
Should American workers have the ‘right to disconnect’?
Do we really want the government to decide how stressed out we should be?