With Seventeen Moving to “Digital-First,” the Era of the Teen Print Magazine Is Over—as It Should Be
Being Seventeen Magazine’s Teen Columnist Was a Dream Gig. I’m So Sad the Regular Print Edition Is Ending.
Michelle Obama’s Openness About Her IVF Was a Revelation For Black Women Like Me Who’ve Faced Infertility
What if Political Correctness—Understood Properly—Was the Medicine Needed to Heal a Divided America?
The Quotes Around “Woman” on Serena Williams’ GQ Cover Are One Ironic Design Gesture Too Far
The Safe Space of the Celebrity-on-Celebrity Podcast
What Forgetting James Byrd Jr., the Other Half of the Shepard-Byrd Hate Crimes Act, Says About the Way We Approach Hate and Identity
The Campaign to Preserve Massachusetts’ Trans Protections Was Successful Because It Centered Trans People
Where Is the Needle? What Did FiveThirtyEight Just Say? What Is Happening?
Here Are Some Delightful and Fun Videos to Watch Instead of the Hourly Tick-Tock of Midterm Results
Want to Know Where Intersectional Queer Radicalism Is Thriving? Look to Appalachia.
Trans Kids Deserve Transition-Related Care From a Young Age—No Matter What Trump Says
Videos of Oprah Canvassing in Georgia Are the Ultimate Liberal Fantasy for This Moment
How Disinformation and Conspiracy Culture Are Convincing Young People They Don’t Know Enough to Vote
Ritual Theater and the Radical Faeries: Reflections on Transformation Through Storytelling
Campy, Swishy Effeminacy Is Often Read as Meaning Queers Aren’t Serious. That’s a Mistake.
The Waldensians and One Small Town’s Celebration of Immigration
Some Young People Aren’t Voting Because the Process Seems Confusing and Pointless. They’re Not Entirely Wrong.
Matthew Shepard’s Interment Ceremony Transformed Prayer into Action
A New Zealand Café Owner Shares What It Was Like to Host Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for Tea