By Bridget Keown
You don’t have to be a couple to participate in the couple form. In fact there is nothing else to do
Memories of a dyke bar in East LA conjure and are conjured by the work of Laura Aguilar
Despite what Shakespeare thought of dogs, they are like heroes who risk betrayal and harm by their own nature.
A good online-dating profile strategy, like a strong brand, turns a suspect into a prospect, and a prospect into a buyer
Two new books show that for the poor, privacy has never been on offer
Technological innovation is not an inherent good for disabled people, especially when the focus is on cure over care
How Star Wars films thematize their own irrelevance
Unleash your parasitic disruption on the world until it consumes everything and you too
By providing the working class with the absolute bare minimum, universal basic income becomes doomsday prep for the tech billionaire
In a break from constructing predictive models, Nate Silver crafted an entirely new universe to answer the question “What if Hillary won?” Following a prolonged radio silence, this latest dispatch from Earth 2 explains why we haven’t heard from him since.
Bryant, who was named the 2015 Whistleblower of the Year by the International Association of Lawyers Against Nuclear Arms, is an air force veteran. His memoir originally appeared in Life in the Age of Drone Warfare, which will be published next month by Duke University Press. The essay collection was edited by Lisa Parks and
PrEP allows gay men of color to feel cared for but also managed and made into data
Climbing the class ladder in economic irons
For liberals, police reform is always a question of helping police sustain their legitimacy, despite their illegitimate roots
With electronic home monitoring, the prisoner pays for her cell and becomes her own prison guard.