The Latest From Martina Markota
September 24, 2018
Studies show that the average idea of the American Dream is vastly different to what it was some years ago. The idea of a home, a white picket house, a dog called Rex and children is out, and financial independence is in.
September 21, 2018
Apparently, after ‘years of oppressive aesthetic perfection’, there’s a new acne positivity movement. Come on, really? Nobody really cares about pimples all that much. This is crazy - why are we making such a big deal out of something that people already don’t hate people for?
September 20, 2018
Ever wanted to see Batman naked? No, me neither. But it seems like some people do – because there’s a new comic book out that shows it off in a fair amount of detail.
September 19, 2018
Posters of Nasim, the YouTube shooter, have appeared outside YouTube HQ. I was sent the images earlier on by the same artists who created the “You Next” posters, and I thought I’d put the question to you guys today – does this go too far, or is it a fair response to a legitimate concern about censorship?
September 18, 2018
I have reported on stories like this so many times now. There’s another reboot! Can you hardly wait? This time, it’s Charlie’s Angels. It was a great show back in the day – which is probably why they’re trying to ruin it for us all.
September 17, 2018
Anne Hathaway has been "extremely brave", she decided to publicly make a stand against white privilege, homophobia, and all the rest of it. Isn’t that amazing?
September 14, 2018
94-year-old actress Carole Cook has joked about the assassination of Trump, telling a TMZ interviewer “where is John Wilkes Booth when you need him?”
September 13, 2018
A new art exhibition in the Netherlands features an interactive piece called "Phantom Pain" that allows users to simulate being beheaded by ISIS.
September 13, 2018
Some big changes have been made to this year's Miss America pageant, but record low viewership indicates that most people aren't aware.
September 12, 2018
Posters have started appearing across Los Angeles which depict the YouTube shooter Nasim Aghdam. You might remember that story from earlier this year.