Within “the pervasiveness of sexual harassment and sexism in the publishing industry,” jerks are praised and women are erased.
Jia Tolentino goes undercover into the world of plastic surgery, where everyone wants to look like an already-warped version of Kim Kardashian.
A February-long timeframe for getting clean may be bogus. It’s the paradigm most used and approved by insurance, yet research shows that “drug users who are treated for fewer than 90 days are no more likely to stay sober than people who don’t go to treatment at all.”
A guide to the 57 champions of queer feminism name-dropped in Le Tigre’s most joyous song.
Author Jesmyn Ward sits down with Ta-Nehisi Coates to discuss slavery, superheroes, and how much you have to hate yourself to enjoy being famous.
Jesmyn Ward interviews “one of our most essential public intellectuals.”
“In several of the outtakes, I mistakenly opened a closet, only to remember it was full of my clothing.” Spoiler alert: if you’re holding onto hope that the scenarios in House Hunters are real, this may squash that.
Jessica Knoll calls out the wellness industry as a dangerous deceit. Masquerading as a way to increase energy or reduce inflammation, the industry’s success actually preys upon women’s self-hate by “preserving a vicious fallacy: Thin is healthy and healthy is thin.”
Real estate prices so high that “listings read like typos” and dwindling diversity are disintegrating America’s once alluring City by the Bay.
Biomedical researchers find remedies for antibiotic-resistant infections in grody places.