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Tei Shi on the Nostalgia and Anxiety That Built Her New Album
As she tours her first full-length album, Valerie Teicher opens up about the childhood experiences and self-doubt that inspired her latest...
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On the Lifesaving Bonds of Female Friendship
An excerpt from It's Messy: On Boys, Boobs, and Badass Women.
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The State of the Girl in 2017
Lenny interviews two American teenagers about their lives.
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Sophie B. Hawkins Was Omnisexual Before It Was Cool
An interview with musician Sophie B. Hawkins.
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Discover This Mysterious Arctic Archipelago
An artist explores the abandoned regions of the Svalbard archipelago.
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An Expert Tells You How to Turn Your Career Challenges Into Opportunities
Cali Williams Yost, founder and CEO of the Flex+Strategy Group, on how extraordinary women can make pivots in their work and life.
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130 Million Girls Don't Go to School, and It's a Global Crisis
Danai Gurira on how you can help with the education gender gap around the world.
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Want to Know What Women Want? Ask Them About Their Affairs.
Three surprising truths about female sexuality.
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Danielle Brooks: Did Dove Just Call Me Dirty?
The actress responds to the company's offensive ad.
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The Go-Go's Guitarist Jane Wiedlin Is Back With a Surprising New Album
The '70s punk rocker isn't done with music despite all the naysayers.
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A Weekend With the Secret Society of Black Women
Meet the United Order of Tents, a semi-covert organization of black women.
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A Daughter Faces Mental Illness in the Wake of Her Father's Death
Read an excerpt from Jeannie Vanasco's debut memoir, The Glass Eye.
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October Horoscopes Are Here
Your existential guide to the month ahead.
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The Resistance Will Be Fueled by Pasta
Julia Turshen gives us an easy baked pasta that's perfect for hungry activists.
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The Dramatic Life and Shocking Death of Isadora Duncan
The mother of modern dance had her neck broken by a brilliant red scarf — and the scarf lives on.
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How I Found Sisterhood in an Industry With Few Women
Being a black female programmer can be lonely. Here's how I found mentors who became so much more.
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Whitney Cummings: How I Learned to Break Up With Bad Doctors
Whitney Cummings was sick of being sick, and sick of doctors who dismissed her complaints.
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The Walkman Was a Machine for Daydreaming
An ode to the bygone device.
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Standing Alone for Women's Health Care in Virginia
Virginia Delegate Kaye Kory on what it's like to support women's rights when no one else will.
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The Artist Confronting the Performance of Femininity
An interview with Meriem Bennani on the power of youth culture, femininity, and the place of humor and cartoon in documentary.
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Rosie Perez: I'm a Proud Puerto Rican-American and We Need Your Help
The actor and activist on her veteran father, Trump's pathetic response to Hurricane Maria, and how you can support the Island.
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A Moving Letter to Race and Gender Activist Audre Lorde
Award-winning poet Sonia Sanchez puts Lorde's work into context for 2017.
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