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Swiped Out: Nancy Jo Sales Wrote the Book on the Corporate Triumph of Big Dating

Misogyny wasn’t invented by dating apps. It was just weaponized by them.

Hungry and Holy: Navigating Ramadan With an Eating Disorder Is No Easy Feat

Even for those fasting for reasons outside of faith, the link between God and fasting feels inescapable.

Do We Need a Black Feminist Bechdel Test? Moya Bailey Thinks So.

We need more Black feminists everywhere. 

In India’s COVID-19 Crisis, Social Media Does What Government Won’t

Social media has emerged as a COVID-19 helpline full of flood of requests for ICU beds, oxygen, and antiviral drugs like Remdesivir.

Bitcoin Is Astrology for Men

Astrology is sometimes looked down on, while cryptocurrency is heralded as the future of finance.

Family Stones: Lee Lai’s “Stone Fruit” Draws the Growing Pains of Queer Kinship

“Everyone’s pretty messy, while also being really well-intentioned.”

Outside Blues: Chronically Ill People Face an Old New Post-Pandemic World

Now the end of the pandemic is near in the United States and friends will ask chronically ill people to meet in crowded, loud buildings again.

Whole Person: Lindy West Reflects on the Fat Positive Legacy of “Shrill”

“It was important to me to tell especially young fat women that romantic love will not save you.”

Inside the Quiverfull World That Made Josh Duggar

It’s hard for Quiverfull escapees and child sexual abuse survivors to feel any relief that the law is holding Josh Duggar accountable.

“The Nevers” Can’t Escape the Joss Whedon Curse

There are too many characters, too many high-stakes plotlines, and not enough explanation for how it all connects.

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