The Future of Women and Work
The pandemic has completely upended how we do our jobs. This is Marie Claire's guide to navigating your career in a COVID-19 world.
“We’re in a time in which we’re no longer settling for reform, but genuine reimagination.”
By Lola Ogunnaike •
Love Has Lost
Quasi-religious group Love Has Won claimed to offer wellness advice and self-care products, but what was actually being dished out by their late leader Amy Carlson Stroud—self-professed “Mother God”—was much darker. How our current conspiritualist culture is to blame.
By Virginia Pelley •
Reporting in Real Time: 5 Journalists Reflect on Covering 9/11
Twenty years ago, these women told the stories of leaders, first responders, witnesses, and victims. Today, they tell their own.
By Rachel Epstein •
The Eternal Sunshine of Juno Temple
After a lifetime playing heavy, dramatic roles—and weathering the lonely, painful pandemic year—the Ted Lasso actress is overjoyed to be playing one of the sunniest characters on TV's warm-and-fuzziest show.
By Jessica M. Goldstein •
Everybody Loves Annie
Sitcoms have never looked as sinister, thanks to the actress formerly known as Alexis Rose. In the new dark comedy Kevin Can F**K Himself, Murphy stars as a housewife over the bullshit—but she’s as adored as ever. No laugh track required.
By Neha Prakash •
Won't Call the Midwife
With high rates of maternal mortality and coercion in hospital settings, more American women are exploring childbirth without any medical assistance whatsoever. The Free Birth Society provides community, resources, and validation for these convention buckers. But experts warn that choice comes at the expense of safety.
By Rebecca Grant •
Standing Between Care and Violence
Abortion-clinic escorts and defenders serve as human shields protecting patients from angry, aggressive protestors. Now, with emboldened extremists and the COVID crisis, they face more danger than ever before.
By Garnet Henderson •
Tulsa Massacre Survivor Lessie Benningfield Randle Reflects on the Horror and Looks Forward
The 106-year-old woman is seeking reparations for the 1921 tragedy.
By Jacquelyn Gray •
The Best Beauty Products in the World: Marie Claire's Prix Awards 2021
The elite in skincare, cosmetics, and haircare, according to our global beauty editors.
By Taylore Glynn •