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7 Tips for Hosting a Brilliant Summer Soirée

It all starts with a captivating cocktail.

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Why I Chose to Marry a Zaddy⁠—And You Should, Too

Finding a man to date is kind of like adopting a pet, writes comedian Hannah Berner.

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How Much Would You Spend to Save Your Relationship?

After infidelity, these couples turned to upscale, intensive marriage retreats as a last-ditch effort to stay together.

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New Artwork: First Official Joint Portrait Of Will And Kate Has Been Unveiled

Prince William and Kate Middleton's inaugural joint portrait was unveiled at the University of Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum

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70 Gifts That Won’t Freak Out Your New Boyfriend

From hikers to hypebeasts, your new man is covered.

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Why I Took a Genetic Test Before Starting a Family

One woman shares how she’s using what she learned about her genetic makeup to help plan for her future family.

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15 Best Cooling Comforters So You'll Actually Sleep Soundly

Cozy up without the night sweats.

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The Secret Lives of Adjunct Professors

My students saw me as their role model—the put-together adult. The truth? I was barely getting by.

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Mothers and Daughters Search For Healing, and Understanding, In Modern-Day Iran

“I am seeking your understanding and eventually your forgiveness. Forgiveness of what, I do not know yet.”

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Hollywood's Favorite KN95 Masks Are Back in Stock—But Not for Long

Time to replenish your mask drawer with styles worn by Bella Hadid, Sarah Jessica Parker, and more.

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It’s the End of the World As We Know It. And We’re Still At Work.

On childless women and toxic jobs in the pandemic.

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Why You Should Fight for Workplaces to Support Mothers—Whether or Not You Want to Become One

We need everyone in the fight for moms’ rights.

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Should You Tell Your Doctor They Made A Mistake?

When my skin cancer was dismissed as a weird side effect of pregnancy, I wondered if I had an obligation to tell my physician he got it wrong.

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The 15 Best Sunburn Relief Lotions, Salves and Sprays

Topical treatments to soothe red-hot skin.

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My Miscarriage Was Over. My Terror Had Just Begun.

Joy, guilt, grief, and the space between a pregnancy lost and a pregnancy to be.

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Our Top 10 Wedding Registry Picks From Wayfair

From countertop appliances for the home cook to chic flatware for avid entertainers, Wayfair Registry offers far, far more than furniture.

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I No Longer Envy the Dad in the Basement

No one was ever only a worker, despite what our employers might want us to believe.

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How a Bad Zoom Date Led Me to the 'Black Manosphere'

After an ill-fated Zoom date, I wandered down an online rabbit hole into a hyper-masculine space for “red-pilled” Black men.

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Research Shows Gun Violence and Misogyny Are Closely Linked. It’s Time to Make Sure Abusers Can't Buy Guns

Congress has the chance to close the “boyfriend loophole” to keep women safe.

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Meet Rana Abdelhamid, the Progressive Who Wants to Pull Off the Next AOC-Style Victory in NYC

At just 28, Abdelhamid is taking on the establishment in hopes of becoming New York’s first Muslim congresswoman.

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He Cheated—So I Bought a House With His Bitcoin

What happens when half a Bitcoin gifted by an ex-boyfriend rises to $20,000.

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Your New Best Friend? Your Ex's Ex

There's nothing like bonding with another woman over the same caddish, disrespectful, or adulterous dude.

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The Femcel Revolution

How an underground group of women is reclaiming involuntary celibacy.

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Enough With Drinks, Let's Get Ice Cream

"Ice cream doesn’t demand you stick around any longer than you would like."

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Do You Want to Know How You’re Going to Die?

Katie C. Reilly explores the best course of action when one is at risk of dying from an incurable disease.

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‘Do You Speak African?’ Being a Black Immigrant In Black America

As a Nigerian immigrant, situating myself in American Blackness was jarring—and complicated.

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The Pandemic Stopped Time, But For 30-Something Women, The Clock Kept Ticking

"I want to do it before it’s too late."

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You Can Now Shop Mindfully for Bedding and Bath Thanks to Amazon Aware

Soft towels and sheets that lessen your impact? Yes, please.

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