Fanfic has always been treated as the shameful sibling of popular fiction. For queer communities, however, it has provided a safe space to explore and accept their identity.
Intimacy in the time of coronavirus.
"I remember really liking Ellen Page in 'Juno' and couldn't tell if I liked her or wanted to be her."
We look at Asian films and TV shows that have taken steps towards diversity.
It's a sobering reminder that cyberbullying is never OK and that reality shows are rarely ever real.
From cheesy marketing slogans to icons of counterculture, there is no escaping the impact of stickers over the course of human history.
Face Masks on TV and Cheesy Memes: How China’s Pop Culture is Reacting to the New Coronavirus Outbreak
TV networks are leading by example to encourage people to wear face masks, while regular citizens are creating posters to attract and inform older relatives.
It took nearly 20 years after the birth of punk for Indonesians to embrace the genre.
While snowfall or stockings on display mark the holiday season for other countries, in tropical Philippines, it's a song by veteran singer Jose Mari Chan that takes over homes, malls, and parties.
A year after the reading down of the infamous law, we explore the Indian pop culture and media scene to figure if it's showing signs of maturity.
On ‘Britney and Kevin: Chaotic’, the popstar not only preempted today’s YouTubers but also reclaimed her own narrative.
Type “Shawn Mendes Camila Cabello” into Twitter, and all anybody seems to cry is “fake news”.