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  • Shooting the Famous From Within Their Ranks

    A former Disney star himself, Moises Arias now takes candid snaps of his famous friends, including Justin Bieber and Kendall Jenner.

  • The Deuxmoi of It All

    As the Instagram account has exploded over the past year, fans have been abuzz over its impact on the celebrity rumor mill. But are gossip experts equally impressed?

  • Huns Weigh In on Hun Culture

    The UK online phenomenon—which deifies soap stars, girl group members, and terrible 2000s fashion—offers a welcome alternative to traditional celebrity culture.

  • White People Keep Posing As People of Color for Clout

    For generations, people of color have had to pass for survival. Now white people are wearing the experiences of racialized people like a costume—and getting called out for it.

  • The Fan of the Fans

    When Gayle Stever proposed studying Michael Jackson fans in the 80s, her thesis was snubbed. Three decades later, she’s shown why the psychology of fans is not necessarily an unhealthy obsession.

  • The Influencer Next Door

    Depending on whom you ask, Tyler Johnson, aka CreaTyler, may be one of the internet’s most elusive or most dubious influencers. To me, he’s just someone I grew up with.