‘Sensitive Content’ Shows You What Instagram Doesn’t Want You to See
The magazine collects photography from queer artists that was taken down by strict content guidelines. It’s amazing.
Minorities Debate Skin Bleaching, Appropriation and Colorism
A diverse panel debates the root of colorism and its impact today. From skin bleaching to appropriation, this across-the-aisle convo will deepen your viewpoint on race.
The King of Coney Island, Bing Bong
Nems guides us around his neighborhood and shows us how his personal struggles led him to become the Mayor of Coney Island.
Kevin Gates On Toxic Sex
On today’s episode – practicing semen retention, staying spiritually aligned, and kicking the ex out of the house.
Jumping Off A Cliff with A One-Star Paraglider
Taji jumps from 2800-feet with a one-star-rated paraglider.
MMA Fighter and Drag Queen: Dos Pistolas
Diego Garijo is a professional MMA fighter with a 15 year run of brutal fights, including the first sanctioned bare knuckle match in Mexico. On the side, he sells his paintings as a drag queen named Lola.
This is Where Elite Santas Are Made
Rick Rosenthal is Santa Clause. He’s renowned for training the world’s best Santas at his Northern Lights Santa Academy but he’s an Orthodox Jew. After the death of his parents inspired him to don the red, Rick has been Santa ever since
Taji Goes to Man Camp
As Taji continues on his mission to become a Better Man, his journey of self-improvement turns to Productivity. In an attempt to break free of pandemic lag, he enlists the help of men's camp Gravel To Castle, led by Ken Conklin.
Fred Armisen Meets Tiny Aliens
In this episode we explore inside Fred Armisen's mind where he goes on a journey in space and meets some tiny aliens on the way.
How to Seduce Women | Better Man
Will Taji get lucky and be considered a sexy man by the women of Miami?
Visiting a Swingers Resort to Become a Better Man
Taji Ameen is on a mission to become a better man by exploring various categories of self-improvement in unlikely places. This time, his journey takes him to a swingers resort to better his communication skills.
‘Suddenly Something Happened’: Winnie the Pooh Horror Film Dropped From Hong Kong Cinemas
“I am pretty sure it has nothing to do with the film or technical reasons,” says the British director.
‘Always Getting It Wrong’: The 10 Worst Oscar Wins of All Time
I hate to shock anyone, but the Academy Awards are not a pure barometer of cinematic worth.
The Philippines Has Never Won an Oscar. Does It Matter?
The Philippines has yet to earn a single nomination in the Academy’s international feature film category.
This Best-Selling Fire TV Is Over $100 Off (Just in Time for Awards Season)
It has a 4.6-star rating and *drum roll please* over 29,700 reviews on Amazon.
The Best Super Bowl TV Deals (for Watching Men in Tights in 4K)
Some of the best TV deals from Amazon, B&H, and Samsung have landed just in time for you to park in front of the big game.
The ‘Family Guy’ Revival Is Upon Us
Maybe it’s just memes and nostalgia, but it seems like everyone is acknowledging Seth MacFarlane’s middle-school humor once again.
Who Keeps Cutting Taiwan’s Undersea Internet Cables?
A Taiwanese archipelago has been knocked offline following repeated damages to its undersea cables. Taiwan suspects Chinese vessels are responsible.
THIS WEEK ONLINE – DOs and DON'Ts
TikTok > Google? Cigs > vapes? Using a timed lockbox to keep your vape away from you >>>>>
How One Man Swayed and Soared Into Memehood
If you don’t know who Dante Gulapa is, you definitely know his dance moves.
Is the ‘Superstar’ Going Extinct in India and Does Gen Z Have Something To Do With It?
The latest Shah Rukh Khan-starrer “Pathaan” has the country dancing in the streets. Gen Z tells us why he may be one of the last celebrities left in India who has the power to manifest this scale of frenzy.
She’s One of Asia’s Most Googled Celebs and India’s Moral Brigade Can’t Get Enough of Her
The enfant terrible of Indian television, Uorfi, tells us why she takes no prisoners.
We Asked a Crisis PR Expert: Why Is Prince Harry Being So Extra?
All these intimate disclosures can’t be good publicity… or can they?
New Zealand’s ‘Third Culture Kids’: Creating Identity From the ‘Other’ Box
"To be African in New Zealand is really trippy... People will drop the n-word left right and centre but are quiet as a mouse when it comes to injustices."
Pirate Radio Has Made Its Way Back to Aotearoa
A few weeks ago, audio anarchist Bridget Chappell flooded the airways with breakbeat loops, jungle, old school drum and bass and grime.
A College Art Exhibit Was Just Censored Because It Had Abortion-Related Art
The college suggested that displaying the art would violate Idaho's abortion restrictions.
Do Not Share This Book, A Popular Fantasy Series Warned Readers
The ‘completely and utterly unenforceable’ copyright warning went viral amidst broader concerns about the end of ownership in the digital age.
What Sensitivity Readers Actually Do, From a Professional
After “fat” and other words were cut from Roald Dahl books, sensitivity readers are in the culture-war crosshairs.
Munroe Bergdorf: “Blood Is Quite Literally on the UK Conservative Government’s Hands”
The trans writer, model, and activist's new book ‘Transitional' details the state of society's transphobia issue.
I Was A Trans Comedian. Here’s Why I Quit
Even “supportive” cis comics I performed with lectured me on the limits of “identity-based comedy.”
14 Places To Go in Miami That Aren't Ultra
If you’ve inadvertently found yourself in Miami, you might be wondering where to go to get a bit of a break from the hordes of shirtless partiers.
I’ve Gotten Super into Queer Afterhours Parties in My 50s
In Los Angeles, the afterhours scene is creating some of the most radical queer spaces I’ve ever seen.