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Pandemic

  1. essential workers
    They Sewed Protective Masks and Gowns. Who Protected Them?Three L.A. Apparel garment workers on the company’s deadly COVID outbreak last year, when 375 people in one warehouse tested positive.
  2. 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?
  3. skin deep
    A Lot of People Got Secret Butt Implants Last YearThe procedure was surprisingly popular in 2020.
  4. first person
    My Mother in ThereThat was her, in an iPhone, a hospital bed, and my memories, free of her sickness for the first time in 40 years.
  5. the future
    What Will Be Cool This Summer?Quarantine has made way for a certain kind of person and their taste.
  6. the future
    In the Future, You Can Make Out AnywhereI predict a joyful PDA boom.
  7. the future
    The Return of My Garbage SelfEverything feels so close now, including her.
  8. ¡hola papi!
    ‘Things Could Be Worse for Me, and I Feel Guilty’Happiness can and does happen in a world of hurt. It has to. What other world would it happen in?
  9. socializing in 2021
    What Has the Pandemic Done to Our Boundaries?Soon, invitations will return, and it might not be so easy to say no.
  10. acquiescence
    Turns Out It’s Pretty Good: The Final Season of SATCI see Carrie’s trajectory differently now.
  11. the future
    Welcome to the Dissociation GenerationCan a new era of drugs help us prioritize healing over hedonism?
  12. the future
    I’ll Meet You AnywhereEventually, friendship will be expansive again.
  13. ¡hola papi!
    ‘Being Single Really, Really Sucks Right Now’I’m lonely. You’re lonely. It’s fine to feel upset about it.
  14. covid-19
    This Sexless YearFinally, the singles and the partnered have something in common.
  15. health
    Break a Toe Recently? You’re Not Alone.According to podiatrists, there’s been a massive uptick in foot injuries during the pandemic.
  16. covid-19
    What Should We Wear Now?A year into the pandemic, there are no more dress codes.
  17. covid-19
    A Year of SecretsCOVID-era confessions, from ski trips to lovers to second jobs.
  18. talking to
    5 International College Students on Studying in America During the Pandemic“I have to go back to renew my papers. I will be there during finals week. I don’t really have another option though.”
  19. ¡hola papi!
    ‘I Feel Guilty for Living So Far From Home!’Just like our lives, home is a shifting, changing thing because, well, we carry it with us.
  20. 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?
  21. mirror mirror
    My Stress-Induced Hair Loss Is Stressing Me OutEither my hair needs Xanax or my soul needs Rogaine.
  22. coronavirus
    ‘Even for the Rich, It’s Hard to Access’America’s wealthiest are discovering the vaccine is one of the few things money can’t buy.
  23. all work no pay
    I Really Can’t ComplainBut if I could …
  24. all work no pay
    A Common Theme for Black WomenUnemployment has been our disproportionate reality since long before the pandemic.
  25. all work no pay
    Making It WorkFour women who work at Winnie, an online marketplace for child care, walk us through how they’re balancing their own work and child-care needs.
  26. all work no pay
    ‘We Still Need Accommodations’In the pandemic economy, disabled women face a number of obstacles.
  27. all work no pay
    Who Are We Without Our Jobs?A job doesn’t need to be a passion to give you a sense of purpose. What happens when it’s gone?
  28. all work no pay
    ‘I’m Bored Out of My Mind’The Cut talked to a flight attendant for private jets about being grounded by the pandemic.
  29. all work no pay
    ‘They Told Me If I Don’t Come in, They Won’t Pay Me’Domestic workers on scraping by during the pandemic.
  30. all work no pay
    ‘I Knew She Was Quitting’Former co-workers discuss how the pandemic turned their work environment toxic.
  31. all work no pay
    How My Queer Marriage Got Less StraightThe pandemic forced my wife and I to take a long, hard look at each other’s work.
  32. all work no pay
    Hey, Hun!In women’s joblessness, multi-level marketers saw opportunity.
  33. how i get it done
    How 3 Entertainment-Industry Superstars Get It Done (During a Pandemic)Robin Wright, Zoe Lister-Jones, and Jacqueline Lyanga talk all things film and work from home at Sundance.
  34. all work no pay
    ‘How the Hell Am I Supposed to Do This?’The Cut spoke to a single mother about having a newborn, losing her job, and becoming closer to her 10-year-old throughout a challenging year.
  35. all work no pay
    ‘She’s More Patient With the Kids’A married man and woman explain how they decided she’d be the one to quit her job to take care of their two children.
  36. all work no pay
    How Am I?I mean, I’m working from home while taking care of two little kids. And there’s a demon in my kitchen.
  37. all work no pay
    The Mothers Who Already LeftMy daughter’s diagnosis pushed me out of the workforce years before the pandemic.
  38. ballet
    Behold: Ballerinas, Face Masks, and ChanelThe Paris Opera Ballet gala took place virtually, but the dancers still found a way to perform.
  39. all work no pay
    The Numbers Don’t Tell the Whole StoryUnemployment statistics can’t capture the full extent of what women have lost.
  40. outerwear
    One Way to Make This Winter TolerableIt involves vintage snowsuits.
  41. the bigger picture
    Another Year TogetherPhotographer Lula Hyers documented New Year’s Eve with her pod.
  42. the bigger picture
    A Quiet New Year’s Eve in BaltimorePhotographer Shan Wallace takes a walk around her city.
  43. public health
    Brace Yourselves, Winter Is ComingA powerful nor’easter is due to arrive tomorrow, ahead of the dark winter public-health experts have warned about.
  44. first person
    My Therapists Were Right About UncertaintyFaced with actual, persistent chaos, I’ve realized there was never a way to outpace danger.
  45. destinations
    Shameless on VacationA certain kind of American is still traveling internationally — and they’re not sorry.
  46. dr. fauci
    Dr. Fauci Predicts No ‘Semblances of Normality’ Until 2022Yikes.
  47. all in the family
    ‘I Told Her I’ll Wear Two Masks’Three mothers discuss being unable to visit their incarcerated loved ones.
  48. all in the family
    My Mom Is Thrilled You’re Washing Your HandsPersonally, I’ve never been more grateful she’s a nurse.
  49. all in the family
    I Quarantined With a Married Couple and Their Baby“If you get stuck,” my best friend said, “wouldn’t you rather be with us than alone?”
  50. ask a boss
    ‘My Boss Wants Us On Zoom All Day Long’Decent bosses know that monitoring isn’t the same as managing.
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