Why Teen Vogue Is the Young Women’s Magazine to Watch

If you’re under the age of 35, you’ve been there. Show an interest in transient, material things — such as fashion or pop culture — and you’re tsked for not focusing on more important issues.

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Choose Your Own Method of Resistance

“Resist” — with “persist” coming a close second, thanks to Mitch McConnell — is the word for 2017.

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Make a Resolution to Write This Year

With one month of 2017 officially under our belts, many of us are approaching that all-too-familiar point where the promises we made to ourselves for the New Year begin to fall to the wayside. It’s no surprise; New Year’s resolutions come by their bad reputation honestly.

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People Discriminated Against More Likely to Suffer From Sleep Issues

Many people have trouble sleeping when they’re stressed out or feeling anxious, so it’s not entirely shocking that people who are discriminated against do as well.

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Refusal of Women’s March to Partner with Anti-Choice Groups Is Not Hypocrisy

As women marched across Washington, D.C. and the rest of the world on January 21, a resistance to the resistance was brewing on social media.

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Four Valid Criticisms of the Women’s March

On January 21, millions of women turned out to take part in the Women’s March on Washington: a set of worldwide demonstrations against politicians and corporations who want to revoke the rights of women, people of color, LGBTQIA individuals, and people with disabilities.

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How You Can Help Destigmatize Mental Illness

I am mentally ill. It took me a very long time to get comfortable saying that, and I still have a minor issue with revealing my mental health conditions to the unacquainted, because of the stigma that mental illness still carries.

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Home Chef: 6 of My Favorite Meals For Under $30

MANY OF US might have “eat healthier” as one of the items on our lists of New Year’s resolutions. We might also have any number…

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Shelley Zalis Dispels the Myth of Emotion In the Boardroom

Shelley Zalis has had an eclectic career trajectory, to say the least. She began in the corporate world and transitioned to the tech world, where she created Online Testing Exchange (OTX) — one of the fastest growing market research companies in the world.

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What Young Girls Must Know in the Age of Trumpism

My niece thinks he’s scary. That’s what I keep coming back to, time and again, when I think about what young girls must know in the age of Trumpism. My niece thinks the 45th President of the United States is scary.

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