To watch Satoshi Miyagi’s production of Antigone is to watch three plays at once.
In her new essay collection "Trick Mirror," Jia Tolentino paints a bleak picture of our world of scams, mistruths, and self-delusions—all exacerbated by the internet. Is there a way out?
"When you have young adults and teens and kids looking up to these heroes, and you don’t have a face for yourself, I think that really influences confidence, self-identity, and a host of other issues."
It is difficult to overstate how revolutionary these moments are for a television ecosystem that has long relegated fat women to predetermined categories: gross, hypersexual (or, alternatively, asexual), subordinate, unintelligent, and of course, shrill.
Nothing feels more millennial than the bravado of vulnerability.