The notion that sex is fraught with ambiguity has made some kinds of assault difficult to describe and confront … Read the rest
David Frum’s Trumpocracy is a smart takedown from a Republican perspective… Read the rest
These rooms have always tried to tell me something about my relationships… Read the rest
At the tail end of last year, Blue Planet hit the UK’s screens for its second season. The groundbreaking, lavishly-shot documentary series swiftly became the country’s most-watched TV show in 2017 – serving up gripping wildlife sequences and unseen footage from our ocean’s darkest corners.
Much of this was thanks to Mateo Willis, who worked on the show as a director and cinematographer. Having previously shot the equally trailblazing Planet Earth II and Frozen Planet, Willis has become known as one of the most esteemed cameramen in the industry; securing Emmy and BAFTA awards for his work behind the lens.
“I became a cinematographer in my early 30s,” he tells Huck. “I’ve always enjoyed creating things; taking photographs as a child, later working as a … Read the rest
In spring 1979, Bettie Ringma and Marc H. Miller moved from New York’s Lower East Side to Amsterdam. The newly arrived couple had already become known on New York’s downtown art scene, taking “Paparazzi Self-Portraits” with the new Polaroid SX-70 instamatic camera, and giving the world a taste for instant gratification.
In search of a way to support themselves in a new city, they remembered a photographer hustling Polaroid portraits at Coney Island and decided to test the waters. “We tried first at Zandvoort Beach but it was too much work,” Miller recalls. “The sand was potentially deadly for the camera so we moved to the nightclubs and it clicked right away.”
For next two years, they made the rounds five or six nights a week, … Read the rest
It’s early in 2018, yet it seems one trend is already taking hold in Windsor: the bold return of feudalism. Any wedding involves mind-melding amounts of preparation, but only a royal wedding could demand the clearing of homeless people from the streets to avoid the glances of the massed crowds landing on a huddled rough sleeper. Nothing, according to the council responsible for the move, should detract from the pomp and pageantry of Harry and Meghan Markle’s big day, and presumably the realisation that all subjects are not equal risks damaging the patriotism around the event.
The move has provoked outspoken fury, with homelessness charities and even the prime minister condemning the decision from the council. But elsewhere, other homeless people were the subject of much … Read the rest
Google gives a platform to sites that deal in outright lies and innuendo—and that’s a problem… Read the rest
The one thing that criminals and philosophers share is a sense of being an outsider… Read the rest
The controversial politician continues to promote opinions that forced her removal from seven committees last year… Read the rest
When the Liberal Democrats last week launched their general election campaign, no doubt they had high hopes and expectations. Despite having just nine seats in the British Parliament since their poor show at the 2015 general election, it seemed that for the Lib Dems the tide might finally be turning.
As the only one of the main parties to be demanding Britain’s impending exit from the European Union be halted, their hope is to appeal to swathes of the remain-voting 48%. It’s a fairly sizeable chunk of the population.
But it seems that for Lib Dem leader Tim Farron, gay sex just keeps getting in the way.
He’s been asked countless times now whether as a deeply religious Christian he thinks gay sex is a sin, … Read the rest