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An Oral History of 'My So-Called Life'
A look back at the ultimate 90s teen series.
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MC Longread: Meet the Women Who Love Death
Millennials are paranoid about their own demise. Enter "death positivity," a new female-driven trend aimed at turning that fear on its...
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I Took Down a Fraudulent Breast Cancer Charity
October is the month of pink ribbons (and pink everything), generating awareness—and money—for a worthy cause. Except when it's a scam.
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The Lady Detectives of Delhi
A growing group of unlikely spies emerges in India.
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On Regretting Motherhood
It's unthinkable, and it's definitely unspeakable, but women all over the world are coming forward to say it: I regret having my children.
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Why She's Suing Fox News
Andrea Tantaros brought a $49 million suit against Fox News, Roger Ailes, and some of his lieutenants, alleging that the company was run...
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Meet the Shonda Rhimes of Ghana
Director Nicole Amarteifio is building a TV empire in Accra with the goal of redefining how the world sees African women.
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Why Straight Women Are Marrying Each Other
In the Mara region of northern Tanzania, Abigail Haworth discovers an empowering tribal tradition undergoing a modern revival.
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The Next World and the Next
Award-winning sci-fi writer Alice Sola Kim imagines a beautiful and dark future world.
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On the Front Lines of the Abortion Wars
Dr. Colleen McNicholas zig-zags across the Midwest—considered an "abortion desert"—to provide women with care that's harder and harder to...
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Hear Her Roar: Lion Babe Is Music's New Star
Lion Babe is shaking up the music biz as R&B's buzziest duo. Here, they rock their newfound fame—and spring's best new trends.
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When Your Rapist Is a Woman
We know rape is a national crisis—but we're missing one glaring side of the story.
Ellen Page and Ian Daniel making Gaycation
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Why Ellen Page's 'Gaycation' Is Such a Necessary Show
Ellen Page's docu-series on LGBTQ discrimination around the world unveils a dangerous reality—and a way forward.
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I Found My Father's Killer
Joselyn Martinez's dad was murdered when she was 9 years old. When the police gave up on finding his killer, she brought him to...
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Netflix Is Segregating Your Movies by Race
That algorithm does more than you think.
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The Sylvia Plath You've Never Heard Of
Pamela Moore was 18 when her novel, 'Chocolates for Breakfast', was published to rave reviews. Then the reviews stopped raving.
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Meet the One-Woman Syrian Rescue Mission
As the migrant crisis continues to swell in Europe, many refugees put their faith in Moroccan-Italian activist Nawal Soufi.
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I Lived as Marilyn Monroe for a Week
A tale of channeling my idol—and learning to love myself.
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Meet the NFL and NBA Cheerleaders Pursuing Careers in STEM
You know, when they're not on the sidelines.
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Stories of Escape from Boko Haram
Marie Claire reports from Nigeria.
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