The ending of "The Pilgrimage" by Paulo Coelho was really lovely.
Usually, romantic pairings in movies and TV shows continue to uphold white supremacy. See how people of color aren't normally paired with the same person of color or are paired with someone white/half white.
The YouTube flex-ers are most honest when it comes to how much money they have.
Fan love for celebrities is close to agape, when it stays unconditional.
Tik Tok has created its own language.
Why are the three meals a day referred to as square? "Three square meals a day."
Male and female bangs have a completely different style to them, and I've never seen guys have bangs that are separated from the rest of their hair.
2000's teen movies have a sacramentality to them.
The Bible (maybe it wasn't the Bible, maybe it was just Christians) made it seem like childbirth hurting was due to Eve's eating the apple, as a punishment from God.
But in what world would the stretching, tearing, and pushing out another living thing not hurt?
When wellness centered beauty companies tell us something is bad for us (silicones, parabens, fragrances), we readily believe them. A scientist on Tik Tok said that parabens aren't bad - it's science. So, there's two sides. The wellness centered side might say that the Tik Tok scientist and others have industry interests or something to gain.
But what about the wellness side? Isn't there something to gain from saying that something is bad for you? Makes their company stand out - when otherwise, it would be just another shampoo company.