With her distinctive calling-card single “Video Games” and album Born To Die, Lana Del Rey has been one of the most hotly debated artists of the past year. Initially feted for her “gangsta Nancy Sinatra” sound and DIY Youtube aesthetic, the blog love quickly faded with some flat live performance and the news that, far …
Discordia is, by its own admission, a partial take on the problems facing the Hellenic state and its people. But its heady brew of journalistic reportage, theoretical reflection, graphic novel and travelogue hits just the right spot.
Australia shares a possible future with Greece in the steady cuts to public services, in the continual diminishing of our expectations for government to foster the conditions that promote a good life for its people.
Far more than the suffragette Lady Sibyl, the working-class Daisy is in dire need of emancipation
To rail against the Internet today in 2012 feels much like protesting the printing press or electricity or modern medicine – pointless and self-defeating.
It is mindboggling that Manning’s supporters continue to engage in this, in the very act of “support”–and it says everything about how we on the Left see transgender women.
Emily Manuel talks to Samhita Mukhopadhyay about her book Outdated: Why Dating is Ruining Your Love Life, which discusses contemporary dating mores and gender roles, and the challenge of finding fulfilling relationships in a patriarchal world.
A democracy that is only a democracy when there is no serious dissent is no democracy at all.
Whether it is in Mississippi or not, it seems only a matter of time before a state follows this personhood movement into banning contraception altogether.
Despite the beautiful images of symbolic unity of Muslims and Christian Egyptian citizens, the current forces of power in Egypt—whether they are the media, military police, or transitional government leaders—still exhibit shameless racism against the Coptic minority.