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Faced with a health scare, I couldn’t believe how angry I felt at being powerless.
BoJack Horseman showed us an unrivalled depiction of what it means to be flawed and its final episodes were no different.
For decades, seeing a psychic was predominantly considered a scam. But now millennial women are paying big to have their futures told.
Twenty-four-year-old Zimmer posted pictures and videos as Troy Becker, losing only his trademark frosted tips hairstyle and tell-tale adult stubble.
He left social media as a disgraced video star. Has he made a comeback with a whole new identity?
The twenty-second letter in the New Statesman's A-Z of the decade.
Once a laughable, fringe way of thinking, the election has the mainstream reaching for their tin hats.
The twelfth letter in the New Statesman’s A-Z of the decade.
From influencers to mental health to mobile-only platforms, Instagram has changed the world's youth.
Until its social media guidelines apply to those at the top, the BBC deserves to be on the receiving end of criticism.