Articles & Essays
8 Witches and Healers Of Color to Follow Online : Witches and workers of color deal with the realities of existing in today’s world and speak from a place that uses healing practices as a way to combat oppression while reclaiming heritage.
100 Women: I want to break the stigma of painful sex : One woman’s story of a decade of wrongly diagnosed sexual pain has inspired a play – and with it, the hope that other women with sexual dysfunction can be helped.
Bodyhackers: Bold, inspiring, and terrifying : Over the past three years, the event has become something of a pilgrimage for those involved in the biohacking scene – a broad spectrum of technologists, trans-humanists and performance artists. This year it also attracted the presence of the US military. And, as I’d find out before I left, it has opened its doors to reckless opportunists.
BTS Speaks Out in Seoul: The K-Pop Megastars Get Candid About Representing a New Generation : No sound on the planet inspires as obsessive a fandom as K-pop. The “Bulletproof Boy Scouts” of BTS have (finally, for real) imported that mania to America — all in Korean, as they rally dissatisfied millennials around the globe.
Has the Queen become frightfully common? : The cut-glass accent of the aristocracy is losing some of its polish – a change that reflects some fundamental changes in British society.
How East and West think in profoundly different ways : Psychologists are uncovering the surprising influence of geography on our reasoning, behaviour, and sense of self.
How to spot flu symptoms : During this fierce and deadly flu season, it’s important to recognize the symptoms that will tell you whether you have the nasty infection — or just a common cold.
In Honor of Black History Month, 10 Heroes You May Not Have Heard Of : These are life stories worth knowing
Our Winged Brains: The Appeal of Winged Creatures in Genre Fiction : Why do we like wings so much? What do wings symbolize? What is wrong with them? And, the eternal question: what is wrong with us?
The Rise of the Mean Moms : Getting picked on by the popular girl is supposed to end at graduation, but at mommy-meet-ups across the country, women have stopped playing nice. MarieClaire.com examines what happens when mean girls grow up.
Thresholds of Violence : How school shootings spread.
What Teenagers Are Learning From Online Porn : American adolescents watch much more pornography than their parents know — and it’s shaping their ideas about pleasure, power and intimacy. Can they be taught to see it more critically?
The world’s most nutritious foods : After analysing more than 1,000 raw foods, researchers ranked the ingredients that provide the best balance of your daily nutritional requirements – and they found a few surprises.
Alexandra Franzen : How do you find clients and customers?
everyday feminism : 10 Practical Ways to Support Someone Struggling Right Now
foodiefelicity : Banana Boost Berry Protein Pancake recipe
K-Bops in K-Pop : BTS Shows: Where to Begin and How to Catch Up
Live to Write – Write to Live : A Review of Clauses and Conjunctions and If you want to write, write! And other infuriating advice
Refinery 29 : Everything you can get for free on your birthday
Scott Woods Makes List : 28 MORE Black Picture Books That Aren’t About Boycotts, Buses or Basketball (2018)
The Tarot Lady : What kind of person
Yes and Yes : 8 Things I Learned From Doing a 5-Week Spending Diet, 9 Surprisingly Easy Ways to Avoid Buyer’s Remorse, 23 Ways To Treat Yo’ Self Without Buying Or Eating Anything , and Are You Required to Find + Follow Your Calling?