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Julia Carpenter was an embedded social media editor at The Washington Post. She left The Post in June 2017.
While Showtime is reviving its groundbreaking series about gay women, Edythe Eyde knew her magazine — Vice Versa — was illegal. She wrote under the name “Lisa Ben,” an anagram for “lesbian."
In her new book, 'The Big Life,' Ann Shoket says that achieving big things isn't the same as 'having it all.'
The debut of Nancy, and other LGBTQ podcasts to download.
CosmoGirl, Teen People and others pushed the envelope even before Teen Vogue.
Victims don’t fit the stereotypes of domestic abuse: They’re not straight, feminine-looking women abused by masculine-looking men.
Women don’t ask “How can I make more?” they ask “Am I making enough?” Here’s how to change that.
The “Hello Project” has a simple premise: two strangers, each with a different view, have a conversation on the Internet.
The former beauty editor says writing her memoir saved her life.
The “Sleep with Me” podcast exists just to bore you to sleep, and it has thousands of listeners across the country.
How @MerriamWebster became a social media legend.