In the wake of Mac Miller’s unexpected and tragic death earlier this month due to drug overdose, many have desperately been searching for someone to blame. The person they’ve decided on? Ariana Grande, Miller’s ex-girlfriend who is now engaged to SNL actor Pete Davidson. Here’s why this sets a dangerous precedent for the demonization of women in relationships.
Recently, some people have called themselves "colorblind" in making claims that they don't see race. Ruby Liles discusses the intent behind these comments and the issues that come with claiming to be "colorblind."
Tatler Opinions presents our guide to who you should add to your social media feed. Whether a politician, celebrity, activist, or some sort of combination of the three, these five people will likely to make your life more interesting in 2017.
Inauguration weekend was full of historical moments and large crowds, with women's marches following the Inauguration of our 45th President in over 600 cities around the world. After the marches, many are wondering what exactly the marches accomplished and what happens now.
The Brock Turner rape story went viral on social media this summer, causing outrage across the country. What does it mean for future rape cases and where does this case stand within the whole context of rape culture?
Producing live action movies of formerly animated stories has become Disney’s new project. They recently announced that they’ll be making a live action movie for Mulan-- but their casting preferences have drawn some controversy. Read more to hear what we have to say.
As voter suppression is used as a tactic to sway elections, is your voice being suppressed? Chances are, if you’re a young woman, a young liberal, or African-American someone is trying to take away your vote. Tatler asks, how do states contribute to this issue, and what does it mean for the 2016 election?
America has the lowest number of multilingual persons in the world, meaning the majority of the American people speak only one language. In this piece, the reasons behind American monolingualism and the benefits of multilingualism are discussed.