If you’ve been paying attention, you might already know that Molly Ringwald is a brilliant writer with smart things to say about the movies that made her famous.
But her essay on John Hughes movies, the Breakfast Club, #metoo, and the useful and versatile concept of “problematic” art and artists is a wholeRead More
Glenn Thrush, who apologized for his behavior around women colleagues at The New York Times, is returning to work there after his time off.
“The woman involved was upset by my actions and for that I am deeply sorry,” in relation to the June episode. “Over the past several years, I have respondedRead More
LegalFling is a Dutch app that’s supposed to protect partners in sexual liaisons from miscommunication by recording both parties’ consent to sexual activity in an indelible, public blockchain entry.
While LegalFling appears well-intentioned, it is singularly unfit for purpose. Sexual consent can be revoked at any time, for any reason, and numerous sexualRead More
When a billionaire Koch heir announces that he’s taking a break from suing ex-fiancees to give back their engagement rings and playing tennis at Mar-a-Largo in order to produce designer shirts covered in money-bags, it’s worth asking: did capitalism turn this guy into a useless asshole, or does capitalism find the useless assholes andRead More