The (Weeked) Edit

The words and ideas that made us pause, think and, most importantly, consider what is happening in the world.
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"If you’re not perfect, you’re worthless. I know the feeling." / (The New York Times)

"An open letter to Friends + Family Who Say: 'what's wrong with you? JUST GO GET FUCKED AND HAVE FUN!' / (Instagram

"Imagine waking up in your apartment on a Saturday morning and having no easy way to brew a cup of coffee. That would be a home without women."/ (Apartment Therapy)

"A lot of progressive people, and would-be well-meaning people, many of whom, I imagine, would be dismayed to learn anything they’ve done could be thought racist. Because that’s what it is — however well intentioned, it’s racism."/ (The New York Times)

“We Slept With Hundreds of People”: 3 Older Women on Sex and Pleasure / (Man Repeller)

Bingeworthy / (FX)

SOS / (Instagram)

"Wellness has become both nurturing and exploitative." (Medium)

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