stereotypes

high school

Millennials Tell Us Whether Life Really Gets Better After High School

Whether you were a nerd, a goth, a queer, a jock, a cheerleader, or a douchebag, you’ll see a bit of yourself reflected in these stories.
Mica Lemiski
11.13.18
Views My Own

Why I Won’t Call Nicki Minaj’s Beefing ‘a Meltdown’

We don’t require male rappers to empower one another, so why should Nicki Minaj play nice?
Melayna Williams
8.27.18
Social Media

What Your Instagram Aesthetic Says About You

You've got one. I've got one. Here’s a comprehensive guide to exactly what it says about your entire personality and way of life.
Daisy Jones
Hannah Ewens
7.13.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Even the Actor Who Plays Apu Thought That 'Simpsons' Apology Was Awful

Hank Azaria said that stepping aside to let a South Asian actor play the character "certainly seems like the right thing to do."
Drew Schwartz
4.25.18
Culture

Here Are All the Things Millennials Killed in 2017

Congrats, everyone. We did it!
Manisha Krishnan
12.28.17
mental health

'Lady Dynamite' Takes the Crazy out of Mental Illness

It approaches bipolar disorder as multi-faceted and manageable, rather than something to live in fear of.
Sofia Barrett-Ibarria
11.28.17
mental health

Here's Why it's Still Really Hard to Get Men to Go to Therapy

"Psychotherapy was created by men to treat women."
Philip Eil
11.22.17
Broadly

New Study Reveals Children Around The World Share Depressing, Sexist Beliefs

Researchers found that both boys and girls in five countries held beliefs about gendered relationships that "are based on the conception that femininity is inferior to masculinity."
Diana Tourjée
9.22.17
We Asked

TV and Movies Get Cancer All Wrong

According to people with cancer.
Ryan Brown
8.11.17
Race and Health

People See Fat Asian-Americans as 'More American' Than Thin Ones

Just...wow.
Jesse Hicks
8.3.17
accents

Why People Who Know Better Still Laugh at Asian Accents

As a comic of Asian descent, I needed to know the answer.
Celeste Yim
6.8.17
tv

These Actresses Are Sick of Auditioning for the 'Negro Woman' Role

Only one kind of role exists for women of color in the “uncomplicated, guilt-free entertainment” of historical fiction: subordination.
Celeste Yim
5.11.17
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