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She’s The Man!

GQ’s Man of the Year Isn’t Who You Think

They’d say I hustled, put in the work

They wouldn't shake their heads and question how much of this I deserve

What I was wearing, if I was rude

Could all be separated from my good ideas and power moves

Taylor Swift, “The Man”

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It’s no secret that men have finally discovered that they can have fashionable fun on the red carpet in something other than a run-of-the-mill tuxedo. Brad Pitt’s skirt, Chris Pine’s dapper Venice Film Festival ensemble, Timothee Freaking Chalamet in general. The latest ideology is that life is too short not to wear a fun outfit.

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Who Is The White Boy Of The Month?

The most coveted title on the internet

Aaron Taylor-Johnson at the Los Angeles premiere of 'Bullet Train' held at the Regency Village Theatre in Westwood, USA on August 1, 2022.

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A fresh month and a summer packed with blockbusters and obsession-worthy streaming titles mean only one thing: there’s a new White Boy of the Month.

For the less Online amongst us, the White-Boy-of-the-Month is now a cultural staple. It’s a coveted moniker that — Presto! — turns actors into verifiable heartthrobs.

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Why Celebrities Like Anime

Face it, weebs: "Dragon Ball Z" is mainstream.


Photo by Gracia Dharma on Unsplash

Once upon a time, wearing a graphic tee with an image of a beefed up, spikey-haired anime boy was considered lame. Now, it's legit streetwear.

Over the past few years, anime has grown from a hyper-niche, oftentimes derided interest in the West to a medium just on the border of mainstream. Along the anime boom in fashion, Hollywood studios have been scrambling to buy the licenses to every anime franchise they can. But that doesn't mean anime is new to Hollywood––some celebrities have been vocal about their love of anime for years.

Black Panther star Michael B. Jordan has publicly touted his anime preferences for ages. Kanye West is a big anime fan, too, citing Akira as one of his greatest creative influences. His music video for "Stronger" stands in testament, featuring imagery ripped directly from the classic anime film.

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HBO's 'Fahrenheit 451' Could Turn the Heat Up

Michael B. Jordan is the Only Steamy Reason to Watch HBO's New TV Adaptation.


HBO's adaptation wants to be canonical like its source material; instead, it feels like a hodgepodge of social indictments.

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