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I Can't Have Enough Mothers
Gillian Jacobs on the "bonus moms" she has collected over the years.
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Smash It Up and Start Again
How a car crash sparked a creative epiphany.
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Hijabis Not Seen on TV
The comedians behind Shugs & Fats talk about Muslim representation.
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If You Can Do It, You Don't Have to Say It.
An excerpt from YouTube star Lilly Singh's new book, How to Be a Bawse: A Guide to Conquering Life
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Speaking Lessons
A writer finds her voice in an unlikely place.
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"The Liberated Orgasm … Make a New Year resolution to have one!"
An ode to Spare Rib, a second-wave British feminist magazine.
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A Life Change That Saved My Uterus
A granola recipe from Jessica Murnane, author of One Part Plant.
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Lit Thursday: "The Fourth State of Matter"
Lenny recommends magazine articles of yore.
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The Secret Life of Kewpies' Kreator
The best-selling doll came to illustrator Rose O'Neill in a dream.
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The Talk
I didn't think we needed to talk to our kids so early about race. I was wrong.
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The Tuesday Night Margarita Club
How group therapy helped me find myself as a mother and a writer.
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Jane Austen Slept 'Til Eight
Our debut beauty column tackles the tyranny of the celebrity morning routine.
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Lit Thursday: "The Girl Issue"
Lenny recommends magazine articles of yore.
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Every Day It's a Roller Coaster
Taking my first solo plane ride and navigating the Trump administration as a black disabled woman.
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Tombamento
Black Brazilian women's ongoing struggle for power.
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Music Monday: Get Shit Done Jams
The songs that get Lenny editors going!
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This weekend some white lady is running a tag sale at John Hope Franklin's house
An original poem by Camille T. Dungy.
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Unspeakable Appetites
On the new movie Raw and a spate of other films exploring female cannibals.
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Back Pocket Pasta
Three Pasta Sauces for Your Everyday Life
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The Untold Story of Black Travel in America
On the Green Book, a guide that kept black travelers safe from 1936 to 1967.
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