Some of the harshest reactions to the Spring Valley high-school girl who was brutalized in the classroom came from a most surprising source: other Black people. This writer explains why.
Sex may never be the same after you have a baby. But that doesn't mean you're doomed to a life of bed death.
In this painfully honest essay, the writer shares what it’s like to grow up with a toxic mom who made it very clear that she didn’t want to have children.
A new era of parenting is creating a generation of "extra-special" kids. How do we ensure we’re not unleashing monsters on the world?
Imagine the surprise of the writer, recently diagnosed with cancer, arguing with her female doctor over whether to reconstruct her breasts.
The company’s latest #SpeakBeautiful campaign has the haters out in full force. But could their seemingly insincere tactics have a genuine effect?
With the one-year anniversary of #365FeministSelfie looming, the writer and participant looks at the movement that goes way beyond a hashtag.
DAME’s Friendkeeper tells a woman how to respect her relationship with a celeb pal when everyone else wants a piece too, and helps another shut down a critic.
No one’s impervious to the outrageous expectations we put on women in the public eye. Even in private, an eye lift doesn’t seem so bad.
Working in an industry that makes women feel insecure about their looks, the writer, a former celeb makeup artist, reflects on her role on our collective self-esteem, and her own self-scrutiny.