When a major publishing company gives a lucrative book deal to a white supremacist, it legitimizes him, even when the topic is free speech.
Summary: Show up.
It’s no accident that we think of Republican women's hairstyles as being...conservative.
If you opt out of conventional hotness, how do you reconcile the desire to find out "what could have been"?
We're led to believe that certain looks are incomplete without high heels, overlooking the ableist nature of the message.
Olympians' makeup reinforces expected feminine behavior—and contradicts it.
"I’m pitching this technology to largely men, and they don’t understand the beauty market. I’ll send an email stating, 'We’re solving this makeup problem' and they’re like, 'There’s a problem?'"
A playlist about personal appearance, heavy on the RuPaul.
The beauty industry may exploit a potent mix of hope and desperation, but we should always want women to want more.
On my 275-page attempt to dig deep into the contradictions of beauty.
When the beauty industry tries to get cute with its product naming, things can get ugly.
Is mascara better than sex? Is cake better than sex? Is snow better than sex? Is kidnapping the son of a Cadillac dealer better than sex?
Our notions of age are changing, but the ways we talk about it aren’t.
People sometimes make the mistake of thinking that because I’m into beauty, I must also be into fashion.
The debate surrounding "plateau redness" of Tibetan faces is part of the long history of situating women's bodies at the center of the struggle against colonialization.
A quick dip into the history of hair-drying, pre-blow-dryers.