At a time when Gen Z girls are told gender is fluid or undefineable, why are trends suddenly turning to extremely feminine fashion?
The way to solve America’s issues and connect with Republican voters is not to parrot libertarian talking points that enable leftist power.
In a remarkably unfeminine age, why are Gen Z girls so eager to dress like 1950s housewives and Jane Austen protagonists?
Billie Eilish resonates with her generation because she reflects it, giving the girls of Generation Z an aesthetic balm for the sting of influencer-era pressures and feminist confusion.
Rae’s song is simply the natural next step for self-love culture, since in ‘Obsessed’ Rae explicitly admits to her own narcissism in an even more brash way than Grande and Lizzo.
Why are traditional magazines failing to gain Gen Z print subscribers while other paper-goods brands are thriving among young clientele?
This example of feminized men, via the encouragement of misguided women, will end up only frustrating young women, who actually desire masculine and protective men.
Snapchat’s editorial team has complete control over Discover content. They carefully hand-select radical leftist propaganda to be placed right before your child’s eyes. Stop giving kids phones already.
Nearly half of respondents of a national poll conducted by Morning Consult are just fine with the name of NFL team The Washington Redskins.
Sartorially clueless Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky chats about the devolution of fashion and its relationship to political populism with Inez Stepman.
The Federalist Radio Hour dives into data on college and high school students who say their post-graduation plans have changed since the coronavirus outbreak.
Significantly more Americans ages 13 to 22 say it’s important to buy a home and make ‘a lot of money’ than to marry, have children, and commit to a faith.
Very powerful people spent very much money hiring very big names to create a very new product, and that’s why you’ve been hearing the word ‘Quibi.’
Surgeon General Jerome Adams wanted Kylie Jenner’s help in warning young Americans about coronavirus and social distancing.
From media, to entertainment, to finance and big business, all must abide by the dictates of a new religious class, the priests of progressivism.
Conventional wisdom has it that women become invisible once they pass 40, but three newsy women — Shakira, J. Lo, and Nancy Pelosi — this week proved that isn’t always true.
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