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we're here to watch movies and talk about butts, and we have a lot of both, don't even worry about running out AT ALL
explicitly laid out like a fruitcake
More to Hate
Fatphobia, misogyny, and more
Advice from Heather Havrilesky, author of Ask Polly, formerly of New York Magazine
A Writer's Notebook
essays, art, and inspiration from an American writer in Paris
HONEY STAY SUPER
Writing. Mid-life. Marriage. Divorce. Motherhood. Comedy. Books. Fashion. Garbage.
All in Her Head by Jessica Valenti
Feminist commentary & community. Because you’re not imagining it.
Writing that boldly disregards normal restraints.
By Anne Helen Petersen
Think more about the culture that surrounds you
By Sarah McColl
A monthly bricolage essay on the creative life & work of (mostly) dead women
The inexpert endeavors of a supposed parenting expert.
The Mother Lode
A feminist exploration of the institution and identity of motherhood
By Jessica DeFino
What the beauty industry won't tell you, from a reporter on a mission to reform it.
homeculture by Meg Conley
a letter about home
Write Like a Mother
how to do a hard thing when you're already doing another hard thing
Burnt Toast by Virginia Sole-Smith
Navigating diet culture and fatphobia, especially through health, fashion, and parenting. (But non-parents like it too!)
In Pursuit of Clean Countertops
Unpacking my obsession with momfluencer culture to destroy the myth of the perfect mama.
Evil Witches Newsletter
We are people who happen to be mothers.
The best first-person writing from across the web, all in one place. (A collaboration between Catapult, Granta, Guernica, Narratively, The Rumpus, and Literary Hub.)
Cry, Baby Newsletter
An honest testimony of motherhood, pop culture and most importantly, television.
essays about literature, culture, and so many feelings.
Men Yell at Me
Written from a journalist in a red state, this newsletter is personal, political, sometimes funny and always raises hell.
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