Having returned to his native Latin America, Pope Francis has renewed his left-leaning critiques on the inequalities of capitalism, describing it as an underlying cause of global injustice, and a prime cause of climate change.
Listen to Episode 284 of Slate’s The Gist: Subscribe in iTunes ∙ RSS feed ∙ Download ∙ Play in another tab Is there a relationship between celebrity worship and a lack of social mobility? Today on The Gist, we explore the allure of celebrity with professor Timothy Caulfield. He’s the author of Is...
Did you ever see the episode of Friends called "The One With the Blackout?" It's from the first season, and it's where Rachel meets Paolo, the flowing-maned Italian dude who "steals" her away from Ross. Well, there's a moment early on in the episode when Joey gives Ross, who's of course been quietly pining for Rachel, the "friend zone" speech, basically saying that if he doesn't ask her out immediately, he's in danger of being put in the zone. Few may remember this speech—unless you've rec
I’ve never done the online dating thing. Even before I got hitched last year, it just didn’t seem to appeal to me. While I watched my gay friends getting dates (and dick pics) on Grindr left and right, and not long afterward watched my straight female friends deal with guys who have no idea how to
Looking at the black-and-white portraits Dennis Feldman took of strangers along Hollywood Boulevard during the late 1960s to early ’70s, there is a clear sense of the passing of time, not only in the obvious aesthetic differences, but also in the subtle details. The 37 images that make up his...
As a woman who constantly has a resting bitch face, I can tell you, it’s not easy. People think I’m snobby, judgmental, and even mean because of the way I hold my face when I’m just, well, being alive. While the first two assumptions aren’t entirely off base, the fact is the majority of the time I’m just deep in my thoughts or maybe not even thinking at all. You know, just living, but that still doesn’t stop people from reacting to me in ways that makes me want to scream, “OMG, PEOPLE. GIVE ME A
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