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What Is A Ketogenic Diet? And Should You Try It?

By changing the way our bodies process energy, we can often change the way our bodies function. If we can stop the pancreas from freaking out, we can Read...
joni edelman, RN   |   07.25.17   |   SHARE
Beyond Before & After
Cat Marnell: How To Murder Your Life

Is Cat Marnell Harming The Movement For Reproductive Justice?

Marnell cannot throw a literary grenade into the conversation on abortion and then claim it’s “not political.” Read...
Allison McCarthy    |   01.30.17   |   SHARE
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Writing about female sexuality, before that was a thing. (Image Credit: Wiki Commons)

5 Reasons To Read Anais Nin, Queen Of Feminist Erotica

Welcome to the 21st century, in which women have more power than ever before, yet have less power than ever before as well. The latter is likely Read...
Sarah Khan    |   09.20.16   |   SHARE
Sex + LoveVoices
Love Her, Love Her Not: The Hillary Paradox.

Love Her, Love Her Not: The Hillary Paradox

Hillary embodies the different hats that women wear. Why so much criticism from the sisterhood when one hat is exchanged one for another? Read...
Marcia G. Yerman    |   01.15.16   |   SHARE
Culture

Must Read: The Sunshine Crust Baking Factory

He was sleeping on the roof of ABC No Rio like me and a bunch of other summer campers and transients. It was tent city up there. Read...
Stacy Wakefield    |   05.7.15   |   SHARE
Culture

From GED to Ph.D: How I Made It 

My biggest dream was to graduate high school. To this day, my GED is the diploma I am the most proud of. Read...
Elizabeth Garrison    |   05.5.15   |   SHARE
Culture
Marie Curie, one of many (many) female science pioneers (Credit: Wikimedia Commons)

Here's To The Women Who Changed Science—And The World

It's time we injected an updated set of scientists, mathematicians, and engineers into our conversations and classrooms. Read...
Rachel Swaby    |   05.1.15   |   SHARE
Culture

Inside Harvard's Sexist History

From its origins, Harvard was a university for men, by men, and of men. Read...
Ravishly Staff    |   04.1.15   |   SHARE
Culture