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The one type of relationship that all women definitely aren’t swiping for

By Rachel Thompson In the Tinder generation, casual sex is a mere swipe away. But fast-swiping hasn’t killed the romance of dating, nor has it replaced it with a casual hookup culture. …read more

By Laura Prudom Tiffany Haddish, breakout star of the raunchy comedy Girls Trip, is not really surprised that her story about taking a swamp tour in New Orleans with costar Jada Pinkett Smith and her husband, Will Smith, went viral recently. …read more

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By Selena Hill For the third consecutive year, hundreds of women of color will convene in Brooklyn, New York, to celebrate their hair and heritage at CurlFest this Saturday. …read more

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By Selena Hill A post shared by amandaseales (@amandaseales) on Jun 12, 2017 at 8:37am PDT By now, many of us have reveled in watching Caitlyn Jenner getting schooled on her privilege by Amanda Seales, a comedian, actress, and a star on HBO’s Insecure. Both Seales and Jenner were attending …read more

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By Selena Hill It’s no secret that the basketball players in the WNBA are grossly underpaid when compared to their male counterparts in the NBA, despite the fact that they are essentially doing the same job.  …read more

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By Camila Domonoske The Pulitzer Prize-winning poet says she plans to use her new role to meet people who don’t read poetry … yet, anyway. She believes poetry can be a resource for people in fraught or isolating times. (Image credit: Shawn Miller/Library of Congress) …read more

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By Jane C. Timm and Chandelis R. Duster Sen. Kamala Harris was interrupted by male colleagues, for the second week in a row, during the questioning of Attorney General Jeff Sessions …read more

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By Kandia Johnson With the launch of OMNoire, a health and wellness platform for women of color, serial entrepreneurs Christina Rice and Amber Forrester are showing women that self-care and success go hand in hand. …read more

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By Julie McCarthy Bollywood tends to portray women as sex objects or subservient sidekicks to male leads. But a few female directors of independent films have begun depicting women with complex or unconventional lives. (Image credit: Julie McCarthy/NPR) …read more

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By Genevieve Valentine Brittney C. Cooper’s history of black women thinkers traces decades of struggle against racism and misogyny. It’s a crucial cultural study and a dense, serious read that rewards close attention. …read more

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