Rachel Vorona Cote on how the Victorian era’s restrictive prescriptions for acceptable female behavior pollute society to this day.
Rachel Vorona Cote
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Carly Rae Jepsen’s Exhilarating, Emotionally Intelligent Pop Music
Although music often involves emotional expression, pop star Carly Rae Jepsen has built a career and a persona out of big, unguarded emotions, a range that could be called “too muchness,” which is just right for some of us.
Posted inCulture, Essays & Criticism, Nonfiction, Story
The Fraught Culture of Online Mourning
Nowadays, we live online, and so we grieve here too. But there are limits to the comfort digital mourning can provide.
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On Being an Ill Woman: A Reading List of Doctors’ Dismissal and Disbelief
Eight stories of being ill and being dismissed by the medical establishment.