How to know it’s January: “Everywhere, hope.” (Reading My Tea Leaves)
Want to be happy? Think like an old person: “For three years, visiting them has been a lesson in living, and a rejoinder to the myth that youth is life’s glory, after which everything is downhill... each showed a matter-of-fact resilience that would shame most 25-year-olds.” (The New York Times)
Birth control your own adventure: “But these beliefs are not mutually exclusive: I deserve to make decisions about my body, and I deserve a health care system that doesn’t consider what’s unacceptable for men to be the gold standard for me.” (The New York Times)
The patriarchy is stronger than ever: “Which leads me to wonder, if we get rid of a handful of Harveys while losing essential rights and protections for millions of women, are we really winning this thing? How is this female calamity happening in the midst of the Female Revolution?” (The New York Times)
Karen Vidangos Wants To Fill The Gap In the Art World with Latinx Art Collective
"I want curators, educators, collectors, anyone with an interest in Latinx art to connect with these artists. If you are someone looking to commission a work, need a guest speaker for a panel, want to begin your Latinx art collection, LAC is where you can begin your search."
How to talk to your kids about gender: “When my own child (who, by the way, is very real and tangible, not just a slogan) didn’t neatly fit into either of those two descriptions, I knew something was wrong.” (MOTHER)
Serena Williams on motherhood, marriage, and making her comeback: “Knowing I’ve got this beautiful baby to go home to makes me feel like I don’t have to play another match. I don’t need the money or the titles or the prestige. I want them, but I don’t need them. That’s a different feeling for me.” (Vogue)