“I hope you don’t screw like you type.”
Transformation is oftentimes central to the queer experience. That’s why bodies that represent humanity’s transformative nature are so appealing.
Love Songs, by die Hoffnung, inspires Levi Rubeck to poetry.
Twenty years later, what’s it like to watch the anime that made you stop watching anime?
Noah’s got another month’s worth of fresh beats and wants to hear if you’re digging his tastes.
Over the course of human history, the problem with paintings is that you have to go see them. With The Kremer Museum, a virtual reality art collection, that’s been changing.
This week’s episode centers on the intricate and unique funeral rituals of the Toraja society.
Probably because game design is dead, but also because it’s kind of fun in a “piss off your parents and slide down the hardwood floors in your hallways with furniture polish on your socks” kind of way.
I Need a New War makes its way with people that are difficult and neigh impossible to love, but demands that we do so anyways with a kind of firm tenderness.
The more media takes little swipes at the core of who you are, the more you wonder if you should be consuming it in the first place.