How do you address someone who doesn’t want to be called a Mr. or a Ms.?
The Oxford English Dictionary is looking to solve that conundrum: the gender-neutral title “Mx.” is being considered for the next edition of the widely accepted authority on the English language.
Allaire Bartel was given a simple prompt for a photography project: “boundaries.” More
SXSW is underway in Austin, showcasing the best and newest elements of the music, film, and interactive marketing worlds. In between attending tech seminars and film screenings, festival-goers are spending time on Tinder. But their swipe-rights aren’t ending in hook ups.
Boston is undoubtedly rich with history – as we’ve all learned when finding ways to entertain family who visit – but there’s still a lot that doesn’t make it into the museums. March is Women’s History Month, an occasion that may seem unnecessary; women’s history is just human history, right? Essentially, yes, but women have often been left out of our textbooks. More
Every best picture nominee won at least one Oscar at last night’s award show. With eight films nominated, that’s a lot of love to spread around. Were this year’s Oscars the little-league version of an award show, where everyone gets a prize just for showing up?
Moms are all over this year’s Oscars, but while Reese Witherspoon’s mom just texted her (though so adorably), Dakota Johnson’s mom Melanie Griffith joined her daughter on the red carpet. They showed us another side of mother-daughter realness when they argued on camera.
The Oscars are no bright beacon of hope for equality and social change — when looking at either the voters or the nominees, you won’t see much diversity. But the films nominated at the Oscars have been a gateway to talk about important things throughout history, like 2008’s Milk or last year’s Best Picture winner 12 Years a Slave. More