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High-key femininity isn't weakness and here's why Sansa proves it

Why is Sansa Stark presumed weak because she is high-key feminine? And what the hell make a female character "strong" anyway? Let's lay out Sansa's more powerful turns and see if a dress-wearing, high-key feminine character (even in a fictional Medieval-style universe) can overcome her gender spectrum stigma. Femininity doesn't undercut feminism, and here's why Sansa proves it…

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Don't know what to do next? Here's what you can do to fight white supremacy

With the events in Charlottesville this past weekend, we're hearing many white people expressing the sentiment that this is not the real America and that they are shocked this could all be going down in 2017. The reality is that this absolutely IS the real America and has been since its inception. If you're a white person, it is up to you to carry the burden of fighting back.

If you're feeling helpless and don't know what to do next (like I certainly did), here are some things you can do to fight white supremacy and Nazis in America and beyond…

World making you feel old? Here's why I'm not letting it

Did you happen to see this 60th birthday boudoir shoot we posted recently? It's deliciously sexy and makes age seem irrelevant, so much so that it sent a couple of our staff members into look-inward-mode about aging. It was a tiny reminder that age is just a number and you don't have to succumb to those being-old tropes if you don't want to. For me, it was a reminder that we don't have to pre-age ourselves (AND especially not have it thrust upon us by our peers).

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Find out how much of the eclipse you'll see from your ZIP code

You know about the big upcoming solar eclipse happening on Monday, August 21 (dubbed "the Great American Eclipse") that will span the US? Everyone across the United States will be able to see the sun disappear behind the moon in some form. This time around, only those within the epically-named "path of totality," from Oregon to South Carolina, will be able to witness the eclipse in full. But most of us will be able to see some part of it. That's where this tool comes in…