Lenny Letter No. 90

Auntie Maxine Waters Is Reading All Your Tweets
Janet Mock sits down with the congresswoman to talk about Maxine's journey to Washington, running for office the first time, and her advice...

In this issue of Lenny: Janet Mock interviews California Congresswoman Maxine Waters; Lenny's own Laia Garcia writes about how pineapples are the feminist fashion symbol we've been waiting for; Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Anna Quindlen pens an essay on the have-tos and want-tos of family life; Kim Coleman talks about what it's like to be the go-to casting director for filmmakers like Spike Lee and Tyler Perry; and the Lesbian Cattle Dogs have a nighttime chat.

Oprah's Casting Director Takes Us Behind the Scene
An interview with casting director Kim Coleman.
The Lesbian Cattle Dogs Have a Night Talk
The fourth installment of the adventures of lesbian cattle dogs.
I Turn the Have-Tos of Parenthood Into Want-Tos
Anna Quindlen on the balance of obligation and fun in relationships.
Pineapples Are the Feminist Emblem We Need
The tropical fruit takes on the post-Trump era.
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