Sometimes the only thing more discouraging than our newsfeeds is the countless opinion essays enumerating the ways in which we are doomed.
The hilariously inventive, culturally astute blogger counts Shonda Rhimes and Oprah among her 500k followers. But it still took her over a decade to realize she’s the writer we’ve been waiting for.
Discovering the work of Mary Gaitskill was like a revelation for the writer. Which is what makes her disappointment with Gaitskill's new novel, 'The Mare,' so hard for her to fathom.
After receiving an 'indecent proposal’ via email last week, our columnist explores the murky waters around getting paid to get it on.
For Millennial women, finding guidance has never been more important—or so difficult to secure. Why are they having such a hard time?
Many mental-health professionals take up to a month-long vacation in late summer. Which fills clients—like this grief-stricken writer—with existential dread.
DAME’s Friendkeeper sheds light on a bestie’s negativity, and gets real about why you should think twice about “ghosting” a pal.
As an author, Jezebel’s Catherine Nichols discovered that having a woman's name closes doors before they open. This writer knows the far reach of this effect—and offers a solution.
Our “Shameless Sex” columnist chats with retired sex worker turned journalist Tina Horn about being a “professional lover” and drawing inspiration from Tina Turner and Truman Capote.
For this writer, coming to terms with her shame meant disappointing her father. And realizing it was worth it.