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Get Your Free (And Festive!) November Wallpaper

Happy November! Halloween has come and gone, and while some people jump right into Christmas, we here at Ravishly have a deep love for any holiday involving large quantities of food

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Win Free Tickets To Oregon's What The Festival

What The Festival, an annual gathering in the woods of Oregon's Wolf Run Ranch about 90 miles outside Por

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Golden Globes Illustrate Everything Wrong (And Right) With Women's Role In Comedy

Last night's awards ceremony both challenged and highlighted comedy's enduring gender gap—a problem female comedians are speaking out about.

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Ravishly's Top 5 Reads Of The Week

Facial hair, marriage, privilege, play parties, ugliness. Just another week at Ravishly.

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Art Cannot Be Stopped: "Je Suis Charlie" French Illustration To Be Published By Charlie Hebdo 

Acclaimed children's book illustrator Benjamin Chaud has crafted this indelible image that will be published next week by the satirical newspaper.

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Martin Luther King Jr.'s Views On Gay People

Openly gay African American organizer Bayard Rustin opens up about King's views on homosexuality in a 1989 interview.

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STRUNG OUT: A First Look At Ask Erin's Much Anticipated Memoir

Ravishly presents an exclusive look at the cover and excerpt from of Strung Out, our very own Erin Khar's inspiring and enlightening memoir.

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How you feed your baby isn't nearly as important as making sure your baby gets fed.

These Tweets Show That "Fed Is Best" When It Comes To Infant Feeding

ICYMI: Ravishly recently hosted a Twitter chat all about infant feeding.

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Ravishly's Top 5 Reads Of The Week

Left Shark musings, an analysis of "plus-size," and why women should pop the question . . . among other treasures. You know what to do. Ravish it.

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Inside Harvard's Sexist History

From its origins, Harvard was a university for men, by men, and of men.

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