Emanuele Ricucci's new book, the Indecents, is an excellent way to break free from a politically correct system.
The conclusion of the Air Force's centennial year is an opportunity to take stock of the past - no doubt a glorious one - and look ahead to the technological, industrial and strategic challenges of the future.
The media spin-offs of Esselunga's "The Peach" commercial and the Giambruno affair show how our society has taken an increasingly self-centered turn, a sign of adolescent thinking that fails to become adult.
The tide of genderless and ridiculous fashion seems to be in retreat. Many signs suggest that the woke and feminist wave aimed at making clothing awkward and debauched has begun to exhaust even the big fashion brands.
The new live action about "Barbie," Mattel's celebrated blonde doll, turns out to be a trivial concentrate of toxic feminism and misandry, in some passages so over-the-top as to appear almost caricatural.
In postmodernity, where attempts are made to erase history and sever cultural roots, nostalgia is an antidote to dissolution. A concept that arose to describe the sense of melancholy of Swiss soldiers far from their homes in the 17th century and that today proves to be a lifeline for the individual and for society.