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Women get a lot of mixed messages when it comes to sexuality. On one hand, shows like Broad City, Insecure, Girls, and more depict frank portrayals of the joys, pitfalls, and complications of women’s sexuality, and encourage women to be open about their needs and desires. On the other hand, women are literally getting killed
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Relationships are weird, don’t you agree? Other people are unpredictable, and the endless combination of human interactions leads to some pretty frustrating encounters. In Nicole Knows, Nicole Cliffe helps us navigate all the ridiculousness relationships come with. If you have a question for Nicole, email ncadvice@hearst.com Dear Nicole, I like being a good friend. I
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When you live in a bustling urban metropolis, there are some basic rules of public etiquette that make everyone’s days run a little smoother. Walk on the right side of the sidewalk. Don’t try to get on the subway before everyone else has gotten off. And, please, do not FaceTime in the middle of the
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The human species excels at causing pain. The annals of history are littered with elaborate and hideous tortures we’ve invented for each other—waterboarding, “the blood eagle,” death by a thousand cuts. And yet in the end, there’s possibly nothing more painful than being forced to listen to your white, male co-worker expound on “diversity.” The
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Since its debut last winter, The X-Files‘ rebooted run has disappointed fans on several fronts—first by not living up to expectations, and later by having an entirely male team of writers. “How does this still happen?” asked a Washington Post headline back in June, when the all-male writers’ room was announced—a question echoed by the
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Though its opening next May is nearly a year away, the theme for The Met’s 2018 Costume Institute exhibition has reportedly been revealed. Rihanna at the Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garcons themed Met Gala in 2017. Getty Images Advertisement – Continue Reading Below As WWD reports, ‘Fashion and Religion’ will be the focus of next year’s
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Supermodel Kate Moss has fronted about as many beauty campaigns as you’d imagine—self-tanners, skincare, haircare, you name it. She even launched a line of best-selling drugstore lipsticks for Rimmel London. But now Moss has teamed up with the super-luxe Japanese beauty brand Decorté, which is making its debut in North America at Saks Fifth Avenue,
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Few designers have the good witch/bad bitch aesthetic covered quite like Pamela Love. The New York native makes jewelry magic with precious metals and super-charged stones, and has turned bolder looks like stacked rings and ear cuffs into daytime must-haves for creative women worldwidew—when Zoe Kravitz flips off the paparazzi, she wears Pamela Love rings
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After missing last year’s Crop Over festival in Barbados to be with her then-boyfriend Drake at his OVO Fest (#sacrifices), Rihanna has returned to her home country this year to participate in the parade and summer celebration. And like previous years, she’s wearing an embellished bikini that is doing the most. This time, she’s got
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After winning over fans online for years with high-quality (and low-priced) eyeshadows, lip sets, and cheek palettes, ColourPop Cosmetics is finally hitting store shelves this fall. The three-year-old beauty brand will launch at Sephora in November where you’ll be able to swatch and test out their products in person. The best part? The prices will
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