Amid clutter and welfare checks, two old feminist comrades unexpectedly find what others yearn for in the holiday season in a less-than-classic setting.
They say a photo is worth a thousand words. Especially these disturbing holiday portraits—if only these gals could speak.
A magazine writer had a list of toys she’d never allow in her children’s possession. But a winter holiday assignment that made her reconsider.
Maybe the alliance between proto-punk goddess Patti Smith and the Pope isn’t so strange: After all, this is a Catholic leader who just ripped into the Vatican for their "spiritual Alzheimer's."
It's become an annual tradition to dismiss, if not outright demean, the winter celebration of Black culture. But let's hold off on the mockery, because we need the holiday now more than ever.
With interfaith families more prevalent than ever, so comes the holiday-season quandary over dual celebration. Are we giving kids the best of both worlds—or causing confusion of biblical proportions?
DAME’s Friendkeeper tackles the holidays offering help with handling an inconsiderate present giver and a hard-partying pal.
How do you preserve the magic of Christmas when your young ones find out that one of you is the jolly fella putting gifts under the tree?