As a person who grew up in a Muslim househould, I felt seen for the first time in Disney+’s groundbreaking series. More than that, “Ms. Marvel” is a thrilling, visual delight.
Tauriq Moosa is a lawyer and pop culture critic. Follow him on Twitter @tauriqmoosa.
SYFY’s horror anthology series ‘Channel Zero,’ which returns for its fourth season Friday, tells us to look at what we think we love and know, and asks us: ‘But do you?’
Even if they’re being adorable, even if they’re being bullied—is it ever a good idea to post videos of your children for the whole world to see?
Almost as soon as Jodie Whittaker was announced as the first-ever female Doctor Who, British tabloids saw fit to publish nude photos of her. This is a pattern we know all too well.
‘I was drunk,’ ‘I was joking,’ ‘It’s free speech’: men are making awful excuses for why they harass women online.
When Michael Nolan called Clementine Ford a slut publicly, on Facebook, she notified his employer. They fired him.
A Canadian court case could change the way we handle Internet harassment and ‘free speech.’
Revenge porn king Hunter Moore is headed for jail, and Reddit is cracking down on unconsented photos. Is it the end of an era, or too little too late?
You can now buy yourself an ‘invisible girlfriend,’ complete with voicemails and a social media trail. Weird or simply of the Internet age?
No more Jumbotrons, billboards, or flash mobs. Proposals should be for two people, not two million.