The Olympics in Rio are over and the tales of the ridiculous and the sublime will now fade into the background. Our fascination with swimmers and gymn...
No one is born with stigma. Society assigns it -- much like a suffocating, shrink-wrapped label around someone or some group suddenly deemed the outsider.
So long, endorsements.
In business and life, it doesn't take much to ruin your reputation. One mistake can cost a business, personality or brand millions of dollars in lost revenue and sponsorship dollars. Ryan Lochte know exactly what this feels like!
Your 60-second read for 8/23: 'Stranger Things" but no ads; Ryan Lochte fame; all about Musical.ly; and more. This is what matters in digital media.
While Ryan Lochte is an easy target, his actions are emblematic of a larger colonial mindset that has a long history of "white privilege" and upholding systems that support Anglo-conformity and the blanquemiento (whitening) of American society.
The dust has now begun to settle. And there’s no great news: Ryan Lochte is a juvenile. Maybe, despite his six golds, he was depressed see...
What we believe about a person -- or a group of people -- translates into how we act toward them. That translation of beliefs into actions is pervasive in our society and it is dangerous.
Ryan Lochte and Darlene da Silva. If you've been paying attention to the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, you know at least one of these names.
How much do you want to bet that Ryan Lochte is a Donald Trump supporter? He's got the hair for it, right? Lochte's blue locks with Trump's red pelt a...
Ryan Lochte is a FRAUD. This 32...
Up until yesterday, stories differed on what exactly happened but one thing became abundantly clear from the frat boy antics, Ryan Lochte is a douchebag.
The fame and glory earned by the Olympic victor is unmatched in any contested sporting event. It was as true during the ancient Olympic Games as it is in the remarkable spectacle of this summer's Rio Olympics.
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Welcome back to your weekly run-down of What Would Ryan Lochte Do? But the past two episodes have been big for Ryan: first he introduced us to his elusive London love-interest Jaimee, and this week he's riding scooters and getting his abs cast in bronze. Let's review.
Welcome to your weekly recap of one of the most cutting-edge television programs ever to grace the airwaves. A show so boundary-annihilating, so dramatically intrepid, so intellectually audacious that it dares to pose the greatest question of our time: What Would Ryan Lochte Do?