For decades, one company has ruled the world of tampons. But will a new wave of brands usurp the old order?
Nina MacLaughlin discusses her retelling of Ovid’s Metamorphoses. “[In] my very vague high school memories…there was no discussion of the fact that this book is just rape after rape after rape.”
“I wasn’t unified in my being. I wasn’t able to bring my whole self to the table,” says Cameron Dezen Hammon about her life as a worship leader for an evangelical megachurch.
Margot Harris grapples with guilt following a labiaplasty procedure.
Artist Myfanwy Tristram was irritated by her teenage daughter’s extreme fashions — until she took an illustrated journey into their origins.
A profile of Audrey Gelman and The Wing, the very Instagram-able, growing co-working brand she co-founded, as it gears up for new expansion, and faces some growing pains.
Rachel Monroe talks about the pitfalls of the true crime genre. “I had this feeling like I can see the whole thing and nobody else understands… That’s a real trap that we as reporters can fall in.”
Sady Doyle discusses the connection she draws between society’s monstrous treatment of women and woman’s archetypal monstrosity.
Amid badass women and endless stories, a young California writer comes of age in the orange groves as the Golden State comes into its own.
“In workshop, what, if anything, can be written on a syllabus or spoken aloud in class to ensure that each and every participant’s work is read with care?”