On Thursday, the New York Times confirmed what you’ve always suspected deep down, though you have never had the fortitude to admit it: nothing you do matters, causality and control are illusory, and the world is little more than a chaotic jumble of violence and despair.
In the mid 1980s, Janet Jackson emerged as a symbol of young black feminism who would go on to shape two, or three, generations; her bewitching blend of self assuredness and sexuality in pop proved so salient that today, 30 years after Control was released, young artists like Tinashe are still sampling its b-sides.
Janet Jackson’s Unbreakable is due October 2—can it arrive fast enough?—and the inveterate musician, dancer, choreographer, actor, style leader, and cultural icon has just dropped the title track. It’s about love! You will swoon!
When you hear the words "anti abortion protester," what comes to mind? Shouting, bug-eyed Randall Terry and his Wrestlemania threat videos? A lady who makes her kids hold up signs containing pictures of dismembered fetuses and shouting at women as they enter Planned Parenthood? A room full of male legislators who…
One million packages of birth control pills have been voluntarily recalled after their manufacturer has announced that the drugs might not contain enough hormones to prevent pregnancy. So instead of calling them "birth control pills," it might be more accurate to refer to them as "one-a-day useless hormone candy."