When photographer Hemya Moran first visited Deauville, France, she realized almost every photo from the town featured some spectacularly happy, idyllic couple. Borrowing from that idea, Moran returned to France and approached strangers with the idea of recreating some of the stock imagery of happy couples. The results are hilarious, beautiful, and uncanny.
This inspirational photoshoot from Refinery29 explores women’s complicated, wonderful relationship to their breasts. As Kelly Bourdet explains:
“We so often compartmentalize our public coverage of breasts into discrete narratives: breasts as sexual, breasts as nurturing, breasts as the origin of cancer. But, the reality is that women experience the interplay between these narratives (alongside breasts’ many other roles and stories) every day. Our breasts can be supremely sexually pleasurable; they can be a source of anxiety about “measuring up” to cultural expectations. They can be beautiful; they can be a source of illness and pain. Each woman’s breasts — and each woman’s story — are uniquely her own.”
The model Katja Gee explains the rituals of coming home.
Inside the fraught, yes-please hookup practices of students at affirmative-consent colleges.
A very necessary guide to the weeks before and after a breakup by Sarah Mirk and illustrated by Ryan Alexander-Tanner.
Phrenology might be well and alive in our own heads, as recent studies prove that we judge key traits like trustworthiness, extroversion, and competence based on our peers’ face shape.
The importance of style in Transparent is key to understanding the show.
This is why Bill Murray has no need for Tinder: