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Last week, Donald Trump announced his plans to withdraw the United States from the Paris Agreement, a non-binding agreement among 194 countries to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and facilitate other “climate-resilient development.” It’s just one of many decisions the current administration has made that’s put the environment in danger. And decisions that accelerate the rate
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The calling card of motherhood is worry and I have so many worries: safety, health, education, social adjustment, and, among my most secret, that my intermittent self-loathing will seep out, leave a lasting impression, make a home in my daughter’s body and never leave. It’s a faultless LA day when I take the elevator to
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La Jolla, California If you’re looking for premium #content, head over to La Jolla, the hilly seaside town that sits on the border of San Diego. No matter where you wander, you’re going to find something worthy of your feed, whether it’s the famous “what’s your favorite color” mural that sits on Eads Ave., the
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Relationships are weird, don’t you agree? Other people are unpredictable, and the endless combination of human interactions leads to some pretty frustrating encounters. In Nicole Knows, Nicole Cliffe helps us navigate all the ridiculousness relationships come with. If you have a question for Nicole, email ncadvice@hearst.com Dear Nicole, I give a lot to my friends.
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Trump-based sexual anxiety has not just struck the partnered of the world, but single people as well. Fatimah, 35, is single, has never had sex and has no interest in having it, but enjoys consuming sexual materials—romance novels, erotic fiction, and porn—and regularly masturbates. But the new regime has cratered her interests in these previously
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Dear E. Jean: I spend my days managing other people’s careers in the fashion industry. I look after their money and oversee enormous project budgets, but I’m 29 and spend zero time on my own finances. Beyond contributing to the 401(k) provided by my employer, I’m clueless about managing my own portfolio intelligently and fear
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It’s not that it’s hard for Greg Ludlam to describe his wife, Elizabeth. It’s that when he does, he has to use the past tense. She was an awesome wife. She was an on-top-of-it mom. She was thoughtful and kind-hearted. On June 1, 2016, Elizabeth, then 39, committed suicide after battling postpartum depression (PPD) for
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Earlier this month, 600 women invaded Brooklyn wearing millennial pink shirts and Catbird stacked rings. But they weren’t coming for avocado toast and unicorn lattes—they were there for Create & Cultivate, a conference that fosters female leadership in business, tech, and the creative arts. With speakers like Gloria Steinem and our own Nikki Ogunnaike, the
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Miss E. Jean:I’m starting to feel like I’m missing an epic clue when it comes to dating. I have a good job and great friends, play sports, volunteer, etc.—a very full and fabulous life. I like to think I have a sparkling wit and a cute look, and that I’m an open person. But I
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AuthorCreated with Sketch. A year ago, a Cosmo writer lived like Marilyn Monroe for a week, and with May being Audrey Hepburn’s birth month, it seemed like the perfect time for someone to take on the equally-as-famous starlet of that era. And that someone was … me? To be clear, I knew nothing about Audrey