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Cazzie David

Cazzie David is a columnist for AIR MAIL and the author of the essay collection No One Asked for This. David, who co-created and starred in the Web series Eighty-Sixed, lives in Los Angeles.

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How to Live Forever

A new Netflix series visits the world’s “blue zones” to unlock the secrets of longevity. Our intrepid columnist puts the show’s mandates to the test

Hot Girls, Please Gatekeep

On social media, a new trend allows users to openly boast about how hot they are—all in the name of generosity

It’s Time to BeReal

Everyone under 22 is on it. Most people over 22 have never heard of it. Is the app billing itself as the “anti-Instagram” really any different from the rest of social media?

The View from Here

Generation Z grew up galvanized by climate change and ambitious about making a difference. Today, they’re buying fast fashion to the tune of $100 billion. What happened?

Baby Face

As the beauty industry strives for a younger and younger look, the only place left to go is … skin as soft and supple as a baby’s (literally)

Manifest Destiny? No Thank You

Leave it to the C.I.A. to affirm our power to manifest the future—and ruin the game for ill-wishers everywhere

The View from Here

Thanks to leaked Facebook documents, the world now knows what every anxious teenage girl could have told us about Instagram all along

Not So Normal People

The characters in Sally Rooney’s latest novel are worlds apart from the Deuxmoi-obsessed millennials to whom it’s catered. We’ll all read it anyway

My Favorite Things

Author, actress, and AIR MAIL columnist Cazzie David—who is acclaimed for her particularly smart, inventive writing—takes a moment to share her wardrobe wish list

Earth to Mom

Cazzie David interviews her mother, the environmentalist Laurie David, on what we can do in our day-to-day lives to protect the planet

No Rest for the Famous

Nine things celebrities could sell us without killing the planet

Faking It

Notes on TikTok’s misplaced morals and unattainable beauty standards

Ex Dysmorphia

All bets are off when your ex-boyfriend has a new girlfriend

Daddy Day Care

If you have no concern for your personal safety and like the idea of your house looking like a shrink’s office, the author has the perfect roommate for you


Quarantine has changed a lot about the world, but when it comes to posting photos on Instagram, it’s still a narcissist’s game

Sex and the Single Meme

How did getting rejected become the key to social acceptance?

We’re All Germophobes Now

And it’s time to end the handshake madness

Going Cold Turkey

Can a millennial survive a week without a smartphone?


All she wants for Christmas is for you to stop sharing. Now

Me and My Shadow

Lost without the Instagram Following tab

Hot Girl High School

The mystery of teenage confidence in Euphoria

The PG-Spot

The author knows ethical porn when she sees it


The End of Silent Suffering