In Iceland, overtourism has transformed the island in a few short years — and locals and visitors alike try to grapple with the change.
Posted inEssays & Criticism, Highlight, Quotes
There’s a Fine Line Between “Discovering” and “Interloping”
It’s only “discovery” if you assume the place — or the people — has no meaningful existence apart from your visit. Surprise: you’re not that important.
Posted inEditor's Pick
Take This Stranger From My Boat
With the help of Grand Funk Railroad, Rob Horning collates some recent attempts to grapple with the nature and possibility of being authentic on the internet, in politics, and in politics on the internet.
Posted inNonfiction, Quote Posts, Quotes
Who Really Gets to Make the Rules?
“But who gets to impose those rules and who becomes subject to them can be decisions tainted with sexism and racism and transphobia and homophobia. “