Every freelancer is acutely familiar with the constant struggle of chasing down invoices, but it’s something that remains invisible to the world.
Being smug about correcting people for pronouncing something incorrectly or using the word makes you look like an elitist asshole, so stop doing it.
Election years always contain more leveraging of the military than usual, but this year it was particularly bad. Veterans are people, not policy tools.
The infamous burkini ban is allegedly about sexism, but it’s really about anything but — this is a calculated attack on Muslim women and girls hiding behind the shield of protecting freedoms.
Jazz funerals offer an intriguing look into another way of commemorating death and acknowledging community grief.
When, if, and how people plan to build families is not your business, so stop asking.
The latest Everest climbing season included another round of terrible accidents. Should we be getting more aggressive about restricting access, given the extreme danger even for extremely fit and experienced mountaineers?
Those who enjoy mocking people for grieving celebrities are small minded and mean spirited, but they’re also straight up wrong. There’s more than one kind of attachment to the dead.
Multiple controversies over VAXXED at film festivals ignore a larger point: Such festivals have the right to curate content, and they can decide not to air controversial and potentially dangerous views.
Memorial Day epitomises the strange way the United States approaches grief, the notion of ‘moving on,’ and the nation’s position within the larger global community. Should we be barbecuing for the dead or attending memorial services?