There's (Still) No Crying in Baseball: An All-American Girl Looks Back on the League

This year marks the 75th anniversary of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League.

Reproducing Racism: Diving Into The Handmaid’s Tale’s Fumbles With Nina Fiore

Nina Fiore on the show’s race problem, #MeToo, and if Moira will ever get her own storyline. Read more »

Big Time: Julie Murphy’s Quest To Humanize Fat Girls

Puddin’ takes readers back to the small town made famous in Dumplin’. Read more »

Be About It: Tanya Saracho Wants To Wake Up Hollywood With “Vida”

Right now, there are four shows on television that have a Latinx gaze. Read more »

When #MeToo Was a Blank Canvas: Joy McCullough Wants Teens to Know About Artemisia Gentileschi

Joy McCullough’s novel Blood Water Paint offers a stunning portrait of the painter Artemisia Gentileschi. Read more »

Mile-High Hopes: Saira Rao is Fighting for the Future of Colorado

As Colorado changes, a crop of emerging politicians is vying to dethrone the old guard. Read more »

Sensational Touch: “Queer Sex” Explores Pleasure In Trans and Nonbinary Communities

Trans and nonbinary communities have an absolute right to explore our bodies deeply, openly, and with complete integrity. Read more »

The 12th Step: Leslie Jamison is Reinventing the Addiction Memoir

The Recovering works like an AA meeting where people are sharing their stories in the hopes that others will identify with them. Read more »

Abby Norman on Endometriosis, Healthcare, and the Legacy of Female “Hysteria”

We want there to be these tidy endings, but that isn’t the reality of living with a chronic illness. Read more »

Rural Savior: “Barbed Wire Heart” Offers a Violent Heroine We Can All Root For

“Barbed Wire Heart” is a love letter to Tess Sharpe’s rural hometown. Read more »

Greatness Becomes Her: Sarah McBride On Loss, Gain, and the Brightness of Tomorrow

Even in the darkest moments, all of us can bear witness to acts of amazing grace. Read more »

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