Is Now The Time To Reorganize Our Rooms — And Our Lives?

Unable to go outside, we're finding new ways to bring inspiration indoors thanks to YouTube and Instagram

Young Muslim People Are Preparing For A Socially Distanced Ramadan

'When life refuses to get easier or more forgiving, we get stronger, and more resilient'

Are Dating Apps In The Era Of Coronavirus Even Worth It?

How young people and platforms alike are adjusting to the new normal

For K-pop Fans, Learning Korean Is About Connection

While understanding Korean isn't a requirement, it can enrich the K-pop fandom experience, bringing fans closer to their idols and each other. Now, BTS is here to help.

Young People Are Using TikTok To Ease Their Coronavirus Fears. Here's How

From getting educated about the virus to socializing in self-quarantine, TikTok has it all

19 TikToks For When The Coronavirus News Becomes Too Much

Because it could get overwhelming really fast

All Disney Parks Close Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

This marks the fourth time in history that Disneyland has closed its doors

Dwyane Wade Opens Up About How 12-Year-Old Zaya Asked Her Parents To Affirm Her Name

'I want you to call me Zaya and I’m ready to take on this'

Street Dancer Angyil McNeal Is No Longer Chasing Dreams — She's Living Them

'Sometimes it’s not pretty, but it’s always real'

I’m Gonna Tell My Kids These Were The Best Memes Of 2019

From Baby Yoda and Kombucha Girl to Rise and Shine and Italian AOC, they're all amazing

Amazon Workers In Sacramento Walked Off The Job 2 Days Before Christmas

They're lobbying for paid-time off, among other changes to their 'back-breaking' working conditions

Media and Publishing Are Still So White — And Shea Serrano Is Joining The Fight To Change That

'It would make such a difference if more often, stories were allowed to be written through the eyeballs of people who know the place'

We're One Step Closer To A '911'-Style Hotline For Suicide Prevention

The FCC voted in favor of establishing 988 as a shortcut number

From Billie Eilish To Boomer: Here's What You Googled Most This Year

The search bar reveals all

The Dictionary Really Wants You To Use People's Correct Pronouns

The singular 'they' is the word of the year for 2019

How Much Are Dating Apps Doing To Protect You From Sex Offenders?

It's easy to set up an account on Tinder or OK Cupid — but that ease can come at risk

Flyboy Creator Hebru Brantley: Social Media Made Art Cool Again

The Chicago artist talks finding happiness, and claiming space for creativity

Here's How Young Queer Couples Are Redefining 'Straight' Marriages

The institution has been due for disruption; for queering, even in seemingly heterosexual partnerships

One-Third Of Gen Z Decides Who They Date Based On Astrology

With the growing popularity of astrology, a new report shows approximately one-third of millennials and Gen Z are deciding who to date based on their signs

Welcome To Tinder Purgatory, Where Dating Digitally Is Its Own Fresh Hell

The internet didn’t change the way we meet others — it's designed it entirely

'Instacouples' Are Big Business For Brands. But Monetizing A Relationship Has Its Challenges

Influencers drive as much advertising today as traditional models, but there’s more to life than branded deals

Atatiana Jefferson Was Playing Video Games When A White Police Officer Shot And Killed Her

The 28-year-old 'was home taking care of the house and loving her life,' attorney Lee Merritt said

Black Men Care About Their Hair — It's Time Movies And TV Did, Too

'If you’re going to go out of your way to cast Black characters and tell Black stories on screen, make sure you are also investing in making sure that the hair is on point'

'Almost No One Would Take Me Seriously': How Everette Taylor Turned His Art-Buying Experience Into A Platform

'For my whole life, I’ve had to kick down doors that were closed in my face. I want to kick down more doors with ArtX'