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Michelle Lhooq

If you ever wanted a window into an underground weed rave, an autonomous zone, or the intersections between Buddhism and MDMA therapy, Michelle Lhooq's journalism is for you.

Lhooq is a journalist who covers subcultures, drugs, raves, and everything in between. Her Substack newsletter Rave New World is a raw, immersive window into modern counterculture in all its ecstasies and contradictions, and her book WEED: Everything You Want to Know But Are Always Too Stoned to Ask is a modern classic.

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6 Products I Want From Zoe Kravitz’s Vogue Beauty Secrets Video

Zoe Kravitz finally leaked her skin routine and it was everything we could have wanted

via Vogue

One of my favorite pop culture moments is an iconic Victoria Justice and Ariana Grande interview with Popstar.

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CULTURE

Zoe Kravitz, Channing Tatum, and the Era of Offline Boyfriends

Instagram announcements are cheugy — everyone's just vibing

What could the joke have been? Where is the dress from? Is this a different bike? So many questions, but still so into it

The most chaotic plot twist of the summer so far — and there have been many — is the new trio that has been spotted around New York City: Zoe Kravitz, Channing Tatum, and Channing Tatum's bike.

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CULTURE

6 Sunscreens to Buy Instead of Johnson & Johnson's Neutrogena and Aveeno

Johnson & Johnson's Aveeno and Neutrogena sunscreen recall is shaking up Hot Girl Summer

Oh to be Sunscreen Jack

Despite the trends going around TikTok and Instagram that dictate you need to look and be a certain way to participate in Hot Girl Summer (we're looking at you, "That Girl"), all you really need is good vibes, a vaccination, and SPF.

The cardinal rules of skincare are: Drink water and wear sunscreen. Every celebrity insists these are their secrets to keeping a youthful glow and, while they're not the only factors, they are important.

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Culture Feature

Who Is "That Girl" on TikTok?

The aspirational TikTok trend is problematic and honestly, "That Girl" probably sucks

We spoke too soon. We were too quick to wipe the sweat off our brows, grateful for the fall of the millennial Girlboss era in which we were all supposed to aspire to the protofeminist CEO type.

However, since everything has a reboot these days, a new version of the Girlboss has emerged on TikTok and is now firmly embedding herself in the Gen Z consciousness. Her name: "That Girl."

But who the hell is That Girl?

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Culture News

How to Manifest Good Summer Solstice Vibes

Activate your Rose Quartz, it's Hot Vax Summer!

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To say 2020 had bad vibes would be putting it lightly, but anyone who knows astrology could have told you something was coming.

2020 was a year of chaos. The beginning of the Age of Aquarius meant that we were gearing up for a "new world order," and a "defining year for humanity," according to astrologists — which seems about right, doesn't it?

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