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Maria Shriver: Alzheimer's Is a Women's Issue
More women get Alzheimer's than get breast cancer. Why aren't we talking about it more?
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Read an Excerpt from I Was Told to Come Alone
A reporter who works behind the lines of jihad struggles to find a life partner who can come to terms with her career.
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How Having a Girl Taught Me About My Own Biases
I had hoped for a boy, but now I'm raising a couple of fierce females.
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Why I'm Done Being Quiet About Gender Expectations
American Gods star Yetide Badaki pushes back against a lifetime of conditioned expectations for girls.
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How I Navigate Art School Debt
On navigating my art school debt hole.
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Why Democratic Unity Is Nothing Without Women
Women are the backbone of the Democratic Party, and we need to be treated that way.
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Jill Soloway Is a "Weird Girl"
Writer and director Jill Soloway on weaponizing weirdness through their work.
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The Essential Black, Southern, Woman Writer Who You Need to Know
An interview with Zandria F. Robinson.
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How I Turn the Have-Tos of Parenthood Into Want-Tos
Anna Quindlen on the balance of obligation and fun in relationships.
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The Lesbian Cattle Dogs Have a Night Talk
The fourth installment of the adventures of lesbian cattle dogs.
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Why the Pineapple Is the Feminist Emblem We've All Been Waiting For
The tropical fruit takes on the post-Trump era.
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Never Before with Janet Mock: "Maxine Waters," Episode 3
This week's guest is U.S. representative Maxine Waters.
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Music Monday: Your New Favorite Summer Remix from Songstress Niia
An interview with singer-songwriter Niia and the premiere of a slow-burning remix for her track "Sideline."
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Lit Thursday: Our All-Time Favorite Summer Reads
Get lost in these tales of D-list pop stars, bewitching travel essays, and love affairs with brawny dudes.
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Your June Horoscopes Are Here
An existential guide for the month ahead.
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Why You Can't Leave Your House: A Guide for the Children of Immigrants
How my mother could conjure up a million excuses to keep me from sleepovers.
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Zoe Kazan Is the Friend We All Need
Lena Dunham writes an ode to her friend, the brilliant actress Zoe Kazan.
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How I Became the Kind of Woman Who Gets a Face-Lift
The president of HBO Documentary Films deals with aging in an industry that fetishizes youth.
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Never Before with Janet Mock: "Rowan Blanchard," Episode 2
This week's guest is Girl Meets World star Rowan Blanchard.
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SOUR HEART by Jenny Zhang
Announcing the first book in the LENNY imprint.
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