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  1. cut covers
    Sandra Oh Is SpeakingThe acting great on entering the “mother chapter” of her career, challenging the unbelievable pressure of being a modern woman, and more.
  2. restorative justice
    Can ‘Bad Men’ Ever Change?Would face-to-face meetings between a victim and an abuser — a form of restorative justice — help a society overwhelmed with toxic behavior?
  3. it’s a dog’s market
    It’s a Dog’s MarketAdopting used to be a good thing that good people could do. These days, you’re probably not good enough.
  4. media
    The Sound of My InboxThe financial promise of email newsletters has launched countless micropublications that have, in turn, created a new literary genre.
  5. media
    23 Newsletter Writers on Their Favorite NewslettersFrom deep dives on the beauty industry to navel-gaze–y missives on media controversies.
  6. extremely online
    Before We Make Out, Wanna Dismantle Capitalism?On dating apps today, it seems like everybody wants to eat the rich.
  7. the group portrait
    The Crew of DJs Behind the Best Parties in Brooklyn This Summer“All the DJs have been at home becoming themselves, working on their music,” says one. “The sound is about to be out of control.”
  8. are u coming?
    A Wet, Trippy Night With OnlyFans Dad Remy DuranA downtown-famous party boy is about to become a pandemic parent. Time to go dancing.
  9. culture
    The Return of FOMOThe pandemic forced us to simplify our lives and look inward. Now it’s time to have fun again. That should be easy, right?
  10. encounter
    Michelle Zauner Is Not Quite Ready to RetireThe writer and Japanese Breakfast front woman is excited about the future of her art.
  11. reckoning with a reckoning
    Eavesdropping on $5,000 Anti-Racist Dinner PartiesTwo entrepreneurs have built a business dredging up white women’s shame.
  12. reckoning with a reckoning
    Inside the Booming Diversity-Equity-and-Inclusion Industrial ComplexWhat are companies desperate for diversity consultants actually buying?
  13. reckoning with a reckoning
    White People Are SquirmingEight writers on what happens when the people around you are suddenly forced to confront race.
  14. reckoning with a reckoning
    Stop Hustling Black DeathSamaria Rice is the mother of Tamir, not a “mother of the movement.”
  15. science of us
    The Clock-Out CureFor those who can afford it, quitting has become the ultimate form of self-care.
  16. the office
    How the Office Has Become a Prime Site for MisconductIts very structure protects predators.
  17. the office
    The History of the Work SpouseYou call her your work wife, and here I must ask you: why?
  18. wikifeet
    An Interview With the Man Who Keeps Uploading My Feet to WikiFeetI tracked down Robert, a 58-year-old man living in New Jersey, and asked him: Why??
  19. mental health
    The Therapy-App FantasyAn overwhelming demand for professional counseling has spawned slickly marketed companies promising a service they cannot possibly provide.
  20. mental health
    The Expanding Therapy-App LandscapeA guide to the newest players, both earnest and cynical.
  21. the group portrait
    Black Queer Brooklyn Is Almost ReunitedAnd it feels so good.
  22. where’s the party?
    Are You Ready to Be Touched?Reintroducing the thrill of casual physical contact.
  23. style
    The Fashion Industry Can’t Seem to Get Enough of Carlos NazarioThe stylist did 14 covers in 12 months.
  24. style
    No Sleep Till SidetalkTwo NYU students host the city’s best 60-second talk show.
  25. style
    The Row’s Beige AmbitionMary-Kate and Ashley Olsen grew up to make New York’s most desirable clothes. But can even perfection survive the pandemic?
  26. new yawk style
    Thank You, Dr. ZizmorThe newest fashion trend in New York is — unironically, hyper-specifically — New York itself.
  27. new yawk style
    The City Ate My ClosetAn utterly fractional sampling of some of the most-worn (and most-coveted) New York merch.
  28. power
    Alexander Wang Off DutyThe designer was famous for his partying. Now, he could become infamous.
  29. asians in america
    Swallowing Our BitternessThe burden of swallowing anti-Asian racism is making America and me sick.
  30. all work no pay
    The Mothers Who Already LeftMy daughter’s diagnosis pushed me out of the workforce years before the pandemic.
  31. all work no pay
    The Breaking PointThirteen women on being driven from the workforce.
  32. all work no pay
    The Numbers Don’t Tell the Whole StoryUnemployment statistics can’t capture the full extent of what women have lost.
  33. afterimages
    Those Guillotines Are Awfully Close to Your NeckA punk niche for this violent moment.
  34. psychology
    The Memory WarJennifer Freyd accused her father of sexual abuse. Her parents’ attempt to discredit her created a defense for countless sex offenders.
  35. announcements
    The Cut Has a New Editor-in-Chief(Re)introducing Lindsay Peoples Wagner.
  36. cut covers
    Sarah McBride’s NeighborhoodThe new Delaware state senator is making history in her hometown.
  37. best of the cut
    The Cut’s 10 Most-Read Stories of 2020Including a viral sex diary, the end of millennial aesthetics, and the family YouTubers who gave up their child.
  38. culture
    Who Did J.K. Rowling Become?Deciphering the most beloved, most reviled children’s-book author in history.
  39. power
    The Karen Next DoorA white woman calls the police on her Black neighbors. Six months later, they still share a property line.
  40. schooled
    Panic! in the PodParents who barely knew each other are suddenly running makeshift schools together. What could go wrong?
  41. the group portrait
    The Unhinged Observers of The Drunken CanalDimes Square gets the publication it deserves.
  42. afterimages
    Our Shared UnsharingInstagram couldn’t handle 2020 either.
  43. parenting
    The Children of QuarantineWhat does a year of isolation and anxiety do to a developing brain?
  44. fear vs. fun
    Eight New Yorkers on Partying During COVID“I’m aware that what we are doing is pretty stupid because we’re putting mad people at risk. For some reason, we still kept doing it.”
  45. fear vs. fun
    New York Nightlife Never Stopped. It Just Moved Underground.After hours in the contagious city.
  46. first person
    COVID Took My Grandfather. But It Wasn’t What Killed Him.His death, six months into the pandemic, is as political as it is biological.
  47. four long years
    The Birth of an Extraordinary Modern Progressive MovementThe last four years have been an era of radical right-wing rule in Washington — and of remarkable left-wing populist response.
  48. the bigger picture
    Prospect Park Is the (Only) Place to BeOne October weekend of socially distanced socializing.
  49. lost new york
    It’s Almost Time to Start Paying Retail As its closure looms, New York fashion fans look back on Century 21.
  50. gallery
    The Look Book Goes to the New Shul’s Rosh Hashanah ServiceThe “progressive, inclusive, independent, and egalitarian” congregation observed the High Holidays under a tent at the Queens County Farm.
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