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What to Wear in a Pandemic When You Are Desperate for $185 Sushi

The Kardashians have given us so much. As a family, they’re a fabulous text on the trappings of modern American fame, and its erosion of one’s soul and moral fiber. With the pandemic overwhelming Los Angeles, at the behest of our terrible mayor’s insistence on protecting curbside restaurant dining over its residents,

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It's an Historic Day for Vaginas

Sometime around the sixth grade, most of those in possession of a pussy become acutely aware of the fact that there are “good” pussies—small, hairless, scentless affairs with only rumored labia that get just wet enough for admittance but not so lubricated as to remind a sex partner that there are glands buried in

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Daisy Coleman's Death Lays Bare the Myth of 'Surviving'

The final moments of the Netflix documentary Audrie & Daisy, about the near-impossibility of punishing sexual violence in America, put a hopeful end on the film’s dual narratives. Daisy Coleman—who survived both a sexual assault and then allegedly being dumped on her front lawn, unconscious, in just a t-shirt and

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