there was something hiding under the other side
that is a nice amount
Oh, hey! I’ve been here since the halcyon days of 2007.
Sometime in the winter of 2010, my dad sat my younger brother and me down for a talk.
Wait, I think I get it. Calling yourself trash is how men deal with the fact that they actually like patriarchy and misogyny because it benefits them. So they show shame and that covers up for the fact that they still want dominance. If you say “I’m trash” and do a little performative feminism, you can avoid changing…
Zara, the Spanish clothing retailer that’s developed a miserable reputation for its bad labor practices and ripping off the work of other designers and artists, has once again made its way into the news. This time, though, the chain’s alleged victims have voiced their complaints through the clothes themselves.
With everything hideous happening in the world right now I’ve NEVER BEEN HAPPIER to read a skincare article. I read it with a ferocity reserved for the great Russian novelists. I read parts of it out loud. I opened every link in a new window. Thanks for throwing us some fluff. If I cry over my laptop anymore this week…
This is the exact problem myself and my coworkers were having; I put together a “Sample Swap” at work; Now, when any of us get something in our beauty boxes we aren’t going to use, it goes in the box. You then have the authority to peruse what others have put in the box and take something you would actually like!
I love reading these product diaries. You look lovely.
I love Boy Brow so much. It seems like it would fit your overall makeup style, which seems to be to take your existing luminosity and then amp it up a bit. That’s what Glossier claims to be all about and branding aside, I feel so freaking put together even if Boy Brow is the only thing I’m wearing.
Well, you’ve got great skin, clutter or not.
SEATTLE—In a major advancement of the ongoing effort to better understand the specific neurobiology of these athletes, a new study released Wednesday by scientists at the University Of Washington revealed that 99 percent of NFL players’ brains are slimy. “After conducting an exhaustive, years-long examination of the…
Oh yay, I think we can all benefit from some Good Earth News. I speak as an Old- one who survived hippiness and tree huggin and panic over everything from what’s edible (it changes ever 5 years, ever notice that?) to what’s sustainable, or ‘green’ if you prefer.
I’ll be cautiously optimistic about this site. As a social scientist who greatly lamented Annalee Newitz’s departure (and Mika McKinnon’s too, for that matter), I’m hoping social science coverage won’t be hopelessly incorrect... and that the comments sections won’t be entirely hostile to the social sciences.
So, what exactly does this mean for i09 then? Is this just a separation of content that used to be posted there (and on Giz)? Are they staying off of Earth3r territory now?
Awesome. We need environmental communications that kicks ass - as Maddie’s been doing. I recommend passing earther content around the Climate Desk outlets. btw, there’s nothing wrong with focusing on the problem. Good problem definition and fundamentals on why the problem is a problem is missing right now in…
That’s what makes it great.
Wayyyyyy back in the 1980s, I read a book by Whitley Streiber called “Nature’s End” which used newspaper and Sierra Club articles (among others) as a foundation for speculating where environmental destruction will take us. I need to read it again, but I am absolutely positive that many if not most of his predictions…