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GONE are the days when social media showed raw real life and Photoshopping was reserved for supermodels in fashion magazines. Today almost anyone can retouch their selfies and banish their 'imperfections' at the touch of a button, on one of the thousands of freely available editing apps. In an eye-opening new project, photographer Rankin asked 15 British girls - aged 13 to 19 - to edit, tweak and filter their snaps until they thought they were "social media ready".
Grantland, the sports and culture outlet founded by Bill Simmons inhas suspended publication indefinitely, according to an ESPN press release issued on Friday afternoon:. Well, probably the same thing you do when you surf the computer all day: look at porn. A note to our readers: In the process of assigning this post, we were informed that its author, historian Greg Grandin, was having his own Kissinger biography reviewed by the New York Times Book Review. We should have inquired with Grandin as to the timing of the review of his book and reported that fact in the post, and we apologize for failing to do so.
By Naomi Fry. In recent years, on Instagram and in fashion magazines, a girl-centric aesthetic has taken hold. Young photographers such as Petra CollinsOlivia Bee, and Mayan Toledano have been capturing the private rites and practices of adolescents—in school, at parties, on road trips, alone in their bedrooms.
Women are overlooked far too often in photography. How can we continue to combat this erasure? Matar did not start out photographing women from an explicitly feminist perspective.
By Mackenzie Dawson. Sales has been studying the lives of American teenagers since the s. Most adult readers will be shocked, as Sales points out, by how wildly the adult experience of social media differs from that of a teen.
Secrecy is hardly new on Planet Girl: as many an eye-rolling boy will tell you, girls excel at eluding the prying questions of grown ups. And who can blame them? Enter the Internet, and Instagram: a platform where emotions can run wild — and where insecurities run wilder.
If you have a teenage girl in your life -- or if you have ever been a teenage girl -- drop everything you are doing right now and read this excerpt from an amazing personal essay by writer Meghan Harper. Those girls, man. They take all that energy, all that circulating fire in their veins, and instead of letting it destroy them, they choose to love, ferociously.
Naturally, the internet had plenty to say on the topic, but while "Twilight" fans — many of them teenage girls — expressed excitement over a new book in their favorite franchise, numerous others mocked them for it. And it certainly wasn't the first time. Winfrey was a teen herself when she learned that simply by liking something, she had the ability to make it uncool. An avid Chuck Klosterman fan, she was reading one of his books when she came across a line that made her realize she was "definitely The Other when it came to his books.