Month: October 2020

Your health isn’t just what you experience from the neck down—it’s also from the neck up. I’m grateful @SelenaGomez has been using her voice to raise awareness about mental health and inspire her fans to vote in this election. pic.twitter.com/xbT2Hboxm1 — Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) October 29, 2020 Selena Gomez has publicly shared her experiences with
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For-profit healthcare short-changes virtually everyone, but according to new evidence, Black queer youth are among those who suffer the most. A new study from The Trevor Project led by Myeshia Price-Feeney, PhD, found that 44 percent of Black queer youth seriously considered suicide in the past 12 months, including 59 percent of Black transgender and
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Spoilers for Netflix’s Holidate ahead. With the first two R-rated words of Holidate (“fucking holidays”), Netflix’s festive programming has officially begun. Their first film of the season debuted on October 28 and stars Emma Roberts as Sloane and Luke Bracey as Jackson—two holiday-weary singletons looking for platonic plus ones. They meet in a department store,
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This week, Chris Hemsworth blessed Instagram with a series of mini-meditations featuring the Aussie actor reciting affirmations in different gorgeous, scenic locations. Hilariously titled “Affirmations That Positively, Absolutely, Probably (Most Likely) Won’t Make Your 2020 Worse,” the humorous videos were actually promoting Hemsworth’s fitness app Centr, which offers real meditations. I decided to try the
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The latest, sure-to-be-sold-out collection from Beyoncé and sportswear giant Adidas is officially on the way. Yesterday, the official Ivy Park social media channels shared first-look images of Beyoncé modeling the newest gear, and in traditional Bey fashion, she looked absolutely stunning in the series of campaign photos. Keeping her makeup fresh and neutral and her
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I often joke that this year, I work in a field called called “gynechiatry”—a mix of gynecology and psychiatry. It’s normal for patients to share intimate, often anxiety-provoking parts of their lives with their OB-GYNs, including details they don’t even tell their closest friends and family members. Yet I’ve never had as many patients cry
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Kerry Washington still remembers her first time. She wasn’t the one voting, actually—it was her mother, the two of them standing in line together at the community center in their Bronx apartment building. Washington was a child, allowed to step behind the curtain while her mother filled in each bubble with pencil. She remembers the
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“I don’t think I’ve ever done a refined thing in my life,” says Jameela Jamil. This is cool but also tricky, because she’s an ambassador for H&M Studio’s Refined Rebel collection, which is out now and jammed—much like Jameela—with bright and bold ideas. “Can I respectfully pass on being refined?” She laughs. Sure, but thankfully,
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