Author: Emily Gould

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A mom of two reviews the Blanqi Pull-Down Postpartum Nursing Tank, which she found helped with healing her postpartum diastasis and reduced her paunch. She... [Read More]
They loved him. [Read More]
A quarter century after her career-making album, she's still writing songs first and foremost for herself. [Read More]
Twenty-five years after her career-making album, Exile in Guyville, Liz Phair is still writing songs first and foremost for herself. She's also working on a... [Read More]
After a year of changes, the quietly commanding High Maintenance co-creator embarks on a new life. [Read More]
Subscription clothing services should make you feel great. Shouldn't they? Oh God, wait, is it you? [Read More]
Women who made food look like self-expression. [Read More]
Digging into the diets of Barbara Pym, Eva Braun, and Eleanor Roosevelt with the culinary historian Laura Shapiro... [Read More]
In Trump's America, Moss's role in 'The Handmaid's Tale' has taken on a prophetic quality. Is she ready? [Read More]
For a natural, "this is just the color my lips are" situation. [Read More]
Tags: natural - color - lips
And the "unhealthy health writer" has a new memoir. [Read More]
Baking cookies is just part of playing the game... [Read More]
One morning in early 2011, I received an e-mail from a fancy kitchenware store where I'd once taken a knife-skills class, informing me that a... [Read More]
Charlotte Druckman's Stir Sizzle Bake and the new gospel of cooking with cast iron... [Read More]
With 'Divorce,' 'Catastrophe,' and 'Togetherness,' marriage on television finally enters the twenty-first century. [Read More]
Ashley Christensen's Poole's and the limitations of the restaurant tome... [Read More]
Some seize the opportunity to try to be humorous and creative in holiday autoreplies... [Read More]
Every era gets the domestic goddesses it deserves, and in 2016, we have Gwyneth Paltrow and Chrissy Teigen... [Read More]
The Sleater-Kinney guitarist has clearly thought hard about fame, feminism, and the artistic process. [Read More]
Chris Kraus's revolutionary novel faced a cold reception when it was published in 1997, but has since become a cult feminist classic. As it appears... [Read More]
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