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While the first season of PEN15 highlights teen girls’ sexuality, the second showcases the ways they’re punished for it.
In the apocalyptic hellscape that is today’s political climate, we deserved a Mulan with humanity.
While “sustainability” might sound like a trendy buzzword, it is actually a movement that brings together people committed to honoring what we love about clothes.
In The Bachelor universe, men are encouraged to fight for love and to never give up.
K-Beauty ritualizes self-discipline, rather than effortlessness, as a moral value.
Black women can be dainty, too.
It didn’t have to be this way, but this is what happens when colleges are more concerned with sports, the money they get from dormitories, or the ability to charge facility fees than they are with the health of their students and their professors.
Nita Tyndall surveys what it’s like to grieve in silence.
What Obama says about marriage and dating matters because of her credibility, and her audience.
Reading is about learning and reflecting, not reaching out and making demands.
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