This article discusses disordered eating and body image and may be triggering for some readers. The Canadian Mental Health Association Crisis Line can be reached at 1-800-875-6213.
Between Twitter and Instagram, Instagram will always be my social media of choice. It’s a multi-use, multimedia-allowing platform that can accommodate everyone and their needs.
The new Netflix docuseries Harry & Meghan features Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, Duke and Duchess of Sussex. They try to tell their “modern love story,” but mostly just discuss how the British media exploited their lives for clicks and the royal family left them unprotected. 
I scroll through Instagram for a little too long most days, like most of us. It’s easy to get drawn in and addicted, especially when the algorithm caters specifically to your interests.
Ratatouille (2007) 
Don’t let the title fool you—The Bear has little to do with animals.
When a Disney+ pop-up ad prompted me to watch the 31st season of Dancing with the Stars (DWTS) two months ago, I was surprised and confused. How could the show I watched years ago—one I used to convince my mom to push my bedtime—still be running?
Selena Gomez released her new My Mind & Me documentary on Nov. 22, available on Apple TV+ and in select theatres. The phenomenal film details Selena’s upbringing, her life of stardom, and her mental health struggles within the industry.
We’ve all seen “that girl”: The flawless, easy, and aesthetically pleasing person on Instagram or TikTok.
After releases like Thor: Love and Thunder and Eternals, fans like me have been worried about the direction—or lack thereof—the MCU is taking for future films. That was until I watched Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.
After months of anticipation and years of wondering how Lily and Atlas end up together after the end of Colleen Hoover’s hit novel, It Ends With Us, It Starts With Us has finally been released to answer all our questions.
Months ago, TikTok star Addison Rae walked the same Met Gala carpet as award-winning actor Lily James, supermodels Karlie Kloss and Kendall Jenner, and Grammy winner Lizzo. Does Rae meet the same calibre of success to be here? 
Congrats, internet—once again, you’ve taken things too far.
Dear Disney: we’ve found comfort, joy, laughter, and sometimes even sadness in your films, but we didn’t grow up seeing the diversity, inclusivity, or representation we should’ve been consuming as kids.
If you’re familiar with the Internet, you’ve probably stumbled upon it: an article about 90s fashion trends coming back, or a tweet about boomers being out of touch, or, better yet, a millennial ‘diss track’ bashing Gen Z  for the new the trends they’ve created and hold dear. 
On another superfluous season of Love is Blind, the show once again fails to prove love is blind. 
Filters used to alter physical appearances have been around on social media for years.
Have you ever wished you could separate your work and social life? Wished the problems from one sector didn’t overlap into the other? What if you could—do you think there would be implications?
SNL missed the mark once again by punching down a situation more serious than they realize.
On Sunday, Hailey Bieber and Selena Gomez were pictured together at the Academy Museum Gala in Los Angeles. After years of the media and fans pitting the two against each other, it was refreshing to see them together as friends.
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