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Godmothers of Invention: The Enduring Power of the Cinderella Story

There is no tale of Cinderella without her Fairy Godmother.

11 Podcasts for Your New Normal

New and old voices as you travel to and from work, on road trips, and just around the house.

Pretty Hurts: Israel Is Still Putting a Feminine Face On Its Violent Operation

Their gendered advertising is seemingly created to sanitize the violence they inflict on Palestinians.

#FreeBritney: In the United States, Eugenics Is Still Legal

The history of forced sterilization of disabled communities has been hidden for too long, but stories like Britney Spears’ allow us the opportunity to educate and liberate.

“Rise to the Sun” Torches the Illusion of Perfection

What does it mean to love people, even when we know we could lose them?

With New Reboots, TV Tries to Fashion a Contemporary Queer Elite

I couldn’t help but wonder: Was the rise of the queer elite a sign of progress, or propaganda?

“Catfish” Still Has Lessons To Teach Us

There’s no better time than quarantine to really understand why people end up talking to people for long periods of time without meeting in person.

Dressed for Comfort: The Series Finale of “The Bold Type” Is Fashionably Emotional

The series finale of The Bold Type is a call back to the five seasons Kat, Jane, and Sutton shared on Freeform.

Environmental Expenses: The Multifaceted Costs of Period Products

Many people with periods are forced to pay sales tax on already expensive, disposable products for their periods. August and Rael are just some companies that are making period products accessible.

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