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  1. power
    ‘There Is Nothing Normal About This’Actress and activist Cynthia Nixon on hunger-striking to demand a permanent cease-fire in Gaza.
  2. beauty
    Ask Us All Your Questions About Retinol!And beauty editor Jennifer G. Sullivan will answer them.
  3. it girl
    Liz Phair Remembers It AllThe Gen-X rocker looks back on three decades of being an “It” girl.
  4. it girl
    Evanescence’s Amy Lee Still Holds the Goth-Metal CrownThe Evanescence front woman looks back on the band’s platinum debut, 20 years later.
  5. power
    “What Is Your Visibility For?”Activist Raquel Willis on her new memoir and the fight for trans equality.
  6. celebrity
    Matt Rogers Wants You to Have a Merry Little Orgasm This ChristmasThe comedian’s new album, “Have You Heard of Christmas?,” is heavy on holiday lust.
  7. celebrity
    Christina Aguilera Will Never Have Sex to “Let’s Get It On”And other (non-)rules for the bedroom from the pop diva turned sexual-wellness brand founder.
  8. relationships
    The 3 Things Every Couple Fights AboutAnd more insights on conflict resolution from Esther Perel.
  9. parenting
    What We Owe Our Families — and What We Don’tJenisha Watts was raised by people who did not keep her safe. Here, she talks about parenting her own child in the shadow of that history.
  10. culture
    Photographer Kierra Branker Brings Artifacts to LifeThe Creator Labs Photo Fund prizewinner chronicles her family history between Orlando and Trinidad.
  11. it girl
    Este Haim Is Letting Her Freak Flag FlyHaim’s bassist, vocalist, and eldest sister knows exactly what she likes.
  12. sports!
    A Homecoming for Monica PuigOver the weekend, the tennis star returned to Puerto Rico with Athleta and got back on the court.
  13. “it” girl
    Sexyy Red Keeps It Very Real“I don’t care what nobody think about me.”
  14. motherhood
    ‘Motherhood Radicalized Me’Author Amanda Montei’s latest meditation on modern-day marrying and mothering, Touched Out, is as gratifying as it is gutting.
  15. rules to live by
    We Can All Agree Angie Martinez’s Rap Era Was IconicThe Voice of New York is still celebrating hip-hop’s 50th anniversary — with the many lessons and relationships she’s made along the way.
  16. q&a
    How Glossier’s Sheen Wore OffA new book traces the rise and stumbles of the most hyped makeup brand of the 2010s.
  17. culture
    Jordan Firstman Spoofs HimselfHe’s trying to “use his powers for good” in Sebastián Silva’s Rotting in the Sun.
  18. it girl
    You Can Find Laufey on the Dance FloorThe Gen-Z jazz musician counts Dior saddlebags, Levi’s 501s, and Santal 33 among her “It”-girl necessities.
  19. parenting
    How Do I Talk to My Kids About Sex?All your awkward sex-education questions, answered.
  20. it girl
    BIA Knows She’s the ShitAnd she is leaning all the way into it.
  21. it girl
    Tayla Parx Knows Your Favorite Artists’ SecretsThe musician who has written for Ariana Grande, Christina Aguilera, and Mariah Carey is an “absolute vault” when it comes to guarding secrets.
  22. family
    ‘My Mom Is Selfish. Do I Still Have to be a ‘Good Daughter’?’Having a living mom, no matter how self-centered, is important, writes Brooding columnist Kathryn Jezer-Morton. Even if frustrating.
  23. it girl
    Arlo Parks Pivots to PoetryThe Grammy-nominated musician is pivoting to poetry with her forthcoming book, The Magic Border.
  24. adoption
    Michael Oher Doesn’t Have to Be Grateful to the TuohysAngela Tucker, a transracial adoptee and mentor, on the impact of The Blind Side and the reaction to Oher’s claim that it was based on a lie.
  25. it girl
    Elyanna’s Ideal Night Is a Girls’ NightMeet the Palestinian Chilean singer trailblazing a new sound on a global scale.
  26. q&a
    Abused by the StateKylie Cheung’s book argues that our government — from abortion bans to the voting booth — prevents survivors from fully participating in public life.
  27. cut covers
    Yung Miami Is an Open Book“I am who I am. I don’t like anyone talking for me.”
  28. it girl
    You Can’t Millennial-Shame Bethany Cosentino“I’m 36 years old — what am I gonna do, be an angsty teenager for the rest of my life?”
  29. rules to live by
    Zoë Chao’s Virgo Is ShowingTrue to her astrological sign, The Afterparty actress wishes she had more rules to follow in her life.
  30. taste test
    Doechii Can Act, TooThe musician delivers an unforgettable first onscreen performance in Earth Mama.
  31. q&a
    An Acid Trip Through Generational TraumaRuth Madievsky’s ‘All-Night Pharmacy’ is not your typical L.A. story.
  32. brooding
    On Parenting Regrets and the ‘Right Time’ for KidsThis isn’t an advice newsletter — but you have questions anyway. So here are some answers.
  33. rules to live by
    Esther Perel’s Advice for Giving Advice (and Hosting Dinner Parties)And other thoughts on intimacy from a bona fide intimacy expert.
  34. culture
    Leïla Slimani Presents: MoroccoThe author discusses how she was able to so vividly render her childhood country’s postcolonial era in her new novel, Watch Us Dance.
  35. taste test
    Lola Tung Was Meant to Play a Jenny Han HeroineThe breakout star of The Summer I Turned Pretty rewatches Han’s previous work whenever she can.
  36. q&a
    Every Body Is an Intimate Look at Intersex LivesDirector Julie Cohen and activist Sean Saifa Wall want viewers to rethink the gender binary.
  37. q&a
    The Love Story That Riled Up BookTokThe controversial analysis of race in Everything’s Fine has ruffled some feathers, but author Cecilia Rabess isn’t too fazed.
  38. brooding
    Director Nicole Holofcener Can’t Tell You How You’ll Mess Up Your KidsStill, the You Hurt My Feelings filmmaker continues to be my guide to adulthood.
  39. taste test
    Hetty Lui McKinnon Is a Vegetable WhispererThe cookbook author and New York Times’ “Cooking” contributor doesn’t believe in meat substitutions.
  40. rules to live by
    No ‘Geniuses’ AllowedCouple and collaborative artistic duo Rosie Hastings and Hannah Quinlan are always learning in their studio.
  41. taste test
    Don’t Do Coke in the BathroomAnd other party tips from Run the World star Bresha Webb.
  42. rules to live by
    Sarah Goldberg Can’t Make It Tonight, She Has Lines to LearnAnd other Canadian white lies the ‘Barry’ and ‘SisterS’ star admits to telling.
  43. rules to live by
    Michaela Watkins Is “Honest to a Fault”Unlike her You Hurt My Feelings character, the actress has a hard time telling little white lies.
  44. taste test
    Let Raye Be Your Escape This SummerThe British musician touring with Kali Uchis and SZA brings 1960s nostalgia to the stage.
  45. girl interrupted
    Susanna Kaysen Reflects on Girl, Interrupted Turning 30“There was a way in which, for some people, the hospital could be a refuge or a haven, and I don’t think that’s true anymore.”
  46. taste test
    Tosh Basco’s Dance Club Is the WoodsThe performance artist and photographer, who will present new paintings at Frieze New York, is communing with nature these days.
  47. rules to live by
    Onstage, Hayley Williams Follows No RulesThe Paramore front woman once aimed for the worst-dressed list; now, she embraces the fashion world.
  48. brooding
    Learning How to Parent from a Warhol Factory Girl at the Chelsea HotelAlex Auder’s mother Viva Superstar was a Warhol girl. As a parent, she thinks kids need less micromanaging by adults.
  49. taste test
    Trace Lysette on the Reality of Making History With Monica“A cis actress who goes to Venice and gets an 11-minute standing ovation probably has a couple scripts waiting for her. I didn’t have that.”
  50. yellowjackets
    John Cameron Mitchell Plays a Mean ParrotThe writer, actor, and director talks guest-starring as Misty’s pet Caligula on this week’s Yellowjackets.
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