Appropriation versus appreciation versus ignorance “Cultural appropriation,” buzzwords frequently used by the self-satisfied watchdogs of the internet, hasn’t stopped stirring the pot since the dawn of the Woke™ generation. But has confronting these offenders actually improved the dialogue on the subject? The
Here’s what you missed It’s that time of the year again: Go Skateboarding Day supported by Vans is happening June 23, 2018 at the Metrotent Convention Center, Pasig. Though the global event is celebrated every 21st of June (it being the
In polite society, cigarette breaks are never without this When an addictive substance is made obtainable legally and easily, the result is one widespread and widely accepted bad habit. It’s cigarette smoking: one habit shared by some 15.9 million Filipinos (nearly
Reliable skate shops in the city are far and few, but these boutiques have got you covered
More often than not, we wear clothes from Japan, eat food from Europe and watch movies from the United States.
The comic book scene has a long and tried history that millions of people have followed around the world. And with a little bit of Pinoy fairy dust, there’s an entirely new realm of magic, history and culture to be
Those who align themselves with this exclusive, one-sided fragment of the women’s movement can take a seat
Generation gaps are notorious; everyone blames them for misunderstandings and disconnections. But when it comes to motherhood, do a few decades really make a difference? Are Millennial Moms and Baby Boomer Moms really that different?
There are different types of gay women out there, yes beyond the colors (blue, pink, purple), stereotypes and probably, more than the results you’ll find at the end of this quiz.
Pinoy culture is seemingly set in stone and smart shaming is unfortunately a part of that. Why are we embarrassed to be smart? Why do we mock those that are?
Sometimes, nothing beats a classic like taking a seat and just reading a book. For literature month, make the decision to chill out with a book instead of Netflix. Here, some of the best pieces of literature out there.
You’ve been doing the plandid, you just didn’t know what it was called
These men are giving women a run for their hard-earned money
Alex Tizon, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, has opened up about his family’s past—and the slave that they kept hidden. His story mirrors a dark history that we are all guilty of.
Because words don’t always harm, sometimes they can heal