Emma Teitel

2015 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Graydon Carter – Arrivals

Could the Internet have actually saved Monica Lewinsky?

Emma Teitel on why the ’patient zero of online shaming’ may actually have found salvation in the evolution of the web

In Canada, no nudes is good nudes

A new exhibit exposes our squeamishness about nakedness in art
Emma Teitel

In praise of Bubbie Shoshie

For my Bubbie, news of my gayness wasn’t cause for celebration. It was an afterthought.
New York City Subway

Passive, aggressive and pissed off: Our culture of perpetual outrage

Because history is doomed to repeat itself, we can expect 2015 to offer up more moronic expressions of outrage, writes Emma Teitel.
ABC’s “Good Morning America” – 2013

How Gwyneth Paltrow’s ‘Goop’ is duping us

A Canadian scientist tests some celebrity-endorsed fads and finds them wanting
Emma Teitel

Boomers: Do as I say, not as I did

On Jan. 1, smoking will no longer be permitted on restaurant and bar patios in Ontario. Emma Teitel asks: why not ban porn and poutine, instead?

Of lisps and linguistics: The power of the gay voice

A filmmaker examines the mysterious origin of the "gay voice"
Emma Teitel

Pumpkin-spice lattes? Uggs? You might be a ‘basic bitch’

Rather than feel ashamed for embracing mainstream culture, today’s basic bitch is proud of her willingness to conform
Screen grab of We Need To Talk. CBS

Can we talk? Sports is still a man’s world.

Emma Teitel on professional sports’ latest sexist follies
Emma Teitel

The power of erotic nostalgia

For the most part, lesbian love on screen, especially of the coming-of-age variety, is a bad omen