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Writers have a serious advantage over the rest of us.
Reading list, complete.
Finally, something realistic for a change.
A beautiful and unexpected union between YouTube and classic literature.
The paywall is going back up soon so let's get cracking.
The inspiring techniques these famous writers use for inspiration.
All you need is six hours and a paperback.
Incredible stories, minimal time.
Some books stay with you for life.
The 'Harry Potter' author has done something incredible that few others in her position would do.
Move this to the top of the summer reading list.
Who says there's no time to read?
We love you, Tay.
He's completely changing TV.
Just take a look at 'The Bachelor;' that's 18 seasons of messed up love lessons.
Lily Allen is back, and in her new video she's taking down industry sexism.
Joni Mitchell is always there for you during a breakup. In honor of her 70th birthday, here are some of her most touching songs.
The CW's new show, 'Reign' cut a masturbation scene while still portraying sexual assault. What makes content appropriate for public TV?
The new web series "Emma Approved" is a transmedia project by the producers of "The Lizzie Bennet Diaries," modernizing Jane Austen's novel "Emma." Here are 3 feminist twists to the series.
Who needs blue and pink?
This morning, The Onion published a piece entitled "Adolescent Girl Reaching Age Where She Starts Exploring Stepfather's Body" that makes light of sexual assault and rape.
British GQ's headline about Harry Styles' sexuality has One Direction fans furious, and the magazine's outrageous response to their complaints has only made matters worse.
Kristen Wiig's new film "Girl Most Likely" had a lukewarm critical reception to its limited release last weekend. Here's why you should ignore the critics and see it anyway.