Depictions of Mental Health On TV Have a Class Problem

While shows like 'Fleabag' successfully reckon with the psychological and existential crises facing young people today, they fail to acknowledge the financial one.


Jordan Peele’s 'Us' Is Not-so-Secretly About Class

Peele has managed to map an enemy that exists in all of “us.”


'Two For Joy' Isn't Your Standard 'Gritty' Drama

We spoke to British filmmaker Tom Beard about his first feature length, which deals with grief, depression, class and, ultimately, hope.


21 Stories of Posh Kids Pretending to Not Be Posh

"She self-defines as working class because her aunt didn't go to university."


Photos of England from When You Could Smoke Inside

We spoke to photographer Paul Reas about his 30-year career.


'Generation Wealth' Shows How Capitalism Makes Fools of Us All

The new documentary lays bare our nation's addiction to conspicuous consumption.


Oh No, the Proles Are Invading the Airport Lounges!

The once-exclusive hideouts of the business-class traveler are "losing that 1 percent feeling," according to the 'Wall Street Journal.'


Eating at One of Canada’s Best Restaurants Made Me Feel Like an Idiot

What does a $400 meal taste like? Class warfare and regret.


This Bullshit World Was Predicted by Pulp's 'This Is Hardcore'

The Brit-pop icons' sixth album is dark, filthy, and essential for understanding modern life.


A Math Teacher Quizzed His Students About Coke and Drug Dealers

"You take 600 mg of cocaine. Your body filters out 40 percent per hour. How high are you in three hours?"


The Ramshackle Goals We Make to Play Soccer

A roofer by trade, Liverpool-based photographer Michael Kirkham has spent the last two years travelling through some of the most deprived areas of the country in search of makeshift goals.