Chloe Angyal

Chloe Angyal

Chloe Angyal is a journalist who lives in Iowa; she is the former Deputy Opinion Editor at HuffPost and a former Senior Editor at Feministing. She has written about politics and popular culture for The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Atlantic, The Guardian, New York magazine, Reuters, and The New Republic. Angyal has a Ph.D. in Arts and Media from the University of New South Wales.

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15 Minutes With Elizabeth Warren

The frontrunner for the Iowa caucus had just enough time to answer your five most burning questions.

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Topics Discussed at the 3rd Democratic Debate: Not Abortion

We couldn't have taken a few minutes out of three hours to talk about this issue that impacts literally everyone?

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Wednesday Night’s Debate Was the End of the Default Male Candidate

In one five-minute exchange, the era of the “woman candidate” came to a close.

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All Hail Carrie Fisher’s Marie, the Real Star of When Harry Met Sally…

As the flick turns 30, let's reflect on her perfection as a rom-com BFF.

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When Your Spouse Is a Politician, What Happens to You?

Contributing editor Chloe Angyal, girlfriend of an Iowa state senator, explores her new role just this side of the spotlight.

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Cory Booker Gets Real About Reproductive Justice

“You don’t have to say, ‘oh, I have a wife or a daughter’ to care about this and to step up.”

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Reproductive Rights Aren’t ‘Women’s Issues.’ It’s Time For Male Candidates To Step Up

We asked the top male presidential candidates whether—and how—they'll do that.

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What Will the Presidential Candidates Do About the Cost of Child Care Crushing American Families?

One contender—Elizabeth Warren—has proposed a bold universal child care plan.

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Kamala Harris Says It’s Time To Make Women Full Citizens At Last

At a campaign event she said that passing the ERA would be one of her first orders of business.

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The Only Thing Worse Than Valentine's Day Is 'Valentine's Day'

It contains every Hollywood star—and every bad rom-com trope.

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I Married Myself

A strange—and satisfying—journey in standing up for what actually matters.