Life & Love

Ten years ago Sarah Thomas was feeling stuck. She was officiating football games for a local high school and didn’t see where her career was going next—there were no female referees in the pro leagues. “They said they would never hire a woman for a junior college,” she recounts to ELLE.com. “So I thought, ‘Oh,
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In a video for Citizens of Woke Wonderland from Essence, rapper Remy Ma opened up about the struggles of pregnancy. Specifically, about how she suffered an ectopic pregnancy and a subsequent miscarriage, and that she can’t conceive without outside medical procedures. And in the future, she hopes she can help other women who have faced
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Dear E. Jean: I’m a physician—ethnic, well traveled, and the daughter of Berkeley intellectuals. Unlike a lot of the pretentious NYC types I’ve dated in the past, my new boyfriend is a little bit hillbilly, with a goofy sense of humor, a simple vocabulary, and even simpler tastes. He’s Midwestern, has great values, an excellent
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AuthorCreated with Sketch. For a 22-year-old aspiring writer, it seemed like the perfect gig. Faith Xue had just graduated from USC when she was offered a job as Assistant Editor at Los Angeles-based media company EQAL in 2012. “The job description was very vague,” she tells MarieClaire.com. “I had no idea what I was getting
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Last week, Donald Trump announced his plans to withdraw the United States from the Paris Agreement, a non-binding agreement among 194 countries to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and facilitate other “climate-resilient development.” It’s just one of many decisions the current administration has made that’s put the environment in danger. And decisions that accelerate the rate
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The calling card of motherhood is worry and I have so many worries: safety, health, education, social adjustment, and, among my most secret, that my intermittent self-loathing will seep out, leave a lasting impression, make a home in my daughter’s body and never leave. It’s a faultless LA day when I take the elevator to
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La Jolla, California If you’re looking for premium #content, head over to La Jolla, the hilly seaside town that sits on the border of San Diego. No matter where you wander, you’re going to find something worthy of your feed, whether it’s the famous “what’s your favorite color” mural that sits on Eads Ave., the
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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 give a lot to my friends.
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Trump-based sexual anxiety has not just struck the partnered of the world, but single people as well. Fatimah, 35, is single, has never had sex and has no interest in having it, but enjoys consuming sexual materials—romance novels, erotic fiction, and porn—and regularly masturbates. But the new regime has cratered her interests in these previously
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