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My Breast Cancer Journey Took an Unexpected Turn

After an annual mammogram in June revealed suspicious calcifications, breast cancer survivor Kai McGee underwent a partial mastectomy. Now, she's grappling with the outcome of that surgery.

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Billy Porter Wants to Mask With You

"I have moisturized since the day I was born."

By Ying Chu

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Twitter Reacts to Amy Coney Barrett Confirmation

People are terrified, confused, and angry about what's to come.

By Rachel Epstein

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Alicia Garza Says Voting Is a Form of Protest

Actress Sophia Bush interviews the activist and author ahead of the 2020 election.

By Marie Claire

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Exactly How Long to Go Between Haircuts

Experts say it's not every six weeks.

By Tatjana Freund

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Marion Cotillard Sings and Dances for Chanel

Get ready for the French-girl cover of Lorde's Team.

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Black-Owned Beauty Brands You Need to Know

For us, by us.

By Chelsea Hall and Maya Allen

The Queen's Gambit is a Beauty Fever Dream

The hair and makeup designer shares secrets from the set.

By Taylore Glynn

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The Dry Shampoos You Can Really, Truly Count On

Goodbye, grease.

By Taylore Glynn

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These Gold Hoops Are the Goldilocks of Earrings

Not too big. Not too small. Just right—for any outfit, occasion, and season.

By Neha Prakash

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The Best Cozy Clothes to Buy From The Outnet Sale

I'll take one of everything, tysm.

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Lingerie Brands That Are the Perfect Pick-Me-Up

The ultimate in self-care.

By Taylor Ayers

Hats for Cold Winter Days That Are Warm & Stylish

Bring it on, snow.

By Shelby Comroe

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To End Sexual Abuse in Churches, Dismantle Purity Culture

The Christian church’s norms provide the perfect cover for sexual predators—and leave their victims feeling like the sinners.

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Invasion of Privacy

Everyone is after your data—it's being tracked, stored, stolen, and used against you. Here's how to protect yourself online.

Edited By Megan DiTrolio and Illustrations By Susanna Hayward

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Chrissy In Command

The queen of the Internet is going offline to build a better future for her kids—and the rest of us.

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Inside America's Obsession With '90 Day Fiancé'

"The show exposes the extent to which relationships are about trading sex for money—or, less bluntly, love for security."

By Prachi Gupta

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Janet Mock: Up-Front and Unafraid

The multihyphenate reflects on her past (including her coming out story in this magazine), the present movement for Black trans lives, and how she’s shaping the future of Hollywood.

By Kimberly Drew and Photographs by Luke Gilford

Election Prep

Marie Claire's Guide to the 2020 Election

Everything you need to know to make an informed decision at the polls.

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See who these A-listers are voting for this November.

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Trump and Biden have vastly different stances on hot-button topics like climate change and clean energy.

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Voter Merch to Help Spread the Word This November

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The Swing States We Need to Pay Attention to Now

Donald Trump's fate is in the hands of these major Electoral College votes.

By Rachel Epstein


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Anya Taylor-Joy Is Winning at Hollywood's Game
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America Has a Dark History of Forced Sterilization

The new documentary 'Belly of the Beast' reports on the reproductive coercion that occurred in California—and how much we still don't know.

By Rachel Epstein

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Fitness Gifts She'll Actually Use All the Time

Products that make working out 10x better.

By Marina Liao

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I'm a Black Woman, Mother, & Breast Cancer Patient

Kai McGee's intersecting identities have shaped her breast cancer journey—and influence the decisions she's making now about her future.

By Kai McGee

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Enduring Breast Cancer in a Covid-19 World

In June, breast cancer survivor Kai McGee went to the hospital for her annual mammogram and ultrasound. Now she has to decide the next steps in her treatment journey, an already-stressful process made worse by the isolation of Covid-19.

By Kai McGee

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Deciding Between a Lumpectomy or Mastectomy

When Kai McGee was diagnosed with stage II breast cancer six years ago, she was forced to choose between saving her breasts and risking a possible cancer occurrence in her healthy breast in the future.

By Kai McGee

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When Will We Know Who Won the Election?

By Andrea Park

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The Moms Who Had to Postpone a Travel Gap Year

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Princess Charlene of Monaco's Top Looks

She loves to show a little skin.

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Harry Said He Didn't Understand Unconscious Bias

Harry spoke about "living in Meghan's shoes."

By Emily Dixon

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William and Kate Are Hiring a Live-In Staff Member

Get your resumes ready!

By Emily Dixon

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The State of Gabrielle Union

“They say silence is violence, and I refuse to be complicit in my silence.”

The Gender Gap

A hard look at voter data reveals the true impact women have on who gets to sit in the Oval Office.

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Pumpkin Spice: The Ultimate Fall Palette

Non-basic clothing, even if you do love basic coffee.

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Oh, Baby!: The Art of Baby Hair

A celebration of loops, swoops, and swirls.

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The Good Husband

If Kamala Harris makes history this November, her husband, Doug Emhoff, will too. Meet the man who could be America’s first second gentleman (or whatever he’s going to be called).


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