[From the Archives] Planet Gaultier: Brooklyn Museum Pays Homage to Jean-Paul Gaultier

Originally published in February 2014. This post has since been updated with edits and videos, but with respect to the original date, and thus does not acknowledge the subject’s history and artwork past February 2014, minus a 2015 link from Another Magazine and a 2018 M2M Minidocumentary. Jean-Paul Gaultier’s fashion designs aren’t just glamorous (when … More [From the Archives] Planet Gaultier: Brooklyn Museum Pays Homage to Jean-Paul Gaultier

I Read Those Harvey Weinstein Dissertations And Here Are The Worst of The Worst. #MeToo

I’m not sure if I’ve been avoided reading the Harvey Weinstein exposes out of fear of knowing too much or getting embroiled in a world so far removed from mine. By “world”, I mean, Hollywood. That elusive, oneiric place where the ordinary or undiscovered become stars, iconic, or party-hard infamous. The sexual harassment, abuse, and alleged (using this … More I Read Those Harvey Weinstein Dissertations And Here Are The Worst of The Worst. #MeToo

A Deeper Understanding of How The Manchester Attack Targeted Girlhood

During the digital maelstrom of what was social media users responding in shock and confusion at the Manchester Arena tragedy (that happened after Ariana Grande wrapped a concert as a part of her Dangerous Woman U.K. tour) one of the tweets I saw was from Jill Filipovic, author of the book, H-Spot: The Feminist Pursuit of Happiness. In a … More A Deeper Understanding of How The Manchester Attack Targeted Girlhood