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Saturday, June 25, 2016


But, Of Course, the Zika Funding Bill Excludes Birth Control and Planned Parenthood

Yesterday - The Cut
Early Thursday morning, the House voted to pass a $1.1 billion Zika funding bill during the middle of the Democratic sit-in for a vote on gun-control measures. Progress on ... something! But the bill excludes the $50 million requested for child and maternal health, and blocks any Zika-related funds from ... More » by Susan Rinkunas

A Genderqueer Activist on Transgender Bathroom Bills

Yesterday - The Cut
While genderqueer activist Jacob Tobia is outraged by North Carolina’s transgender bathroom bill, Tobia really thinks the solution is to do away with gender-specific restrooms altogether. “What’s been interesting to me about the conversation around bathrooms is that most of the people who’ve been visible in the discourse are you know,... by Bennett Marcus

Woman Stabbed to Death on the Subway After Rebuffing the Man She Was Dating

Yesterday - The Cut
A Chicago woman was stabbed to death on an afternoon subway train by a man she was dating — and now her family is begging for viral videos of the assault on social media to be taken down. On Thursday at 12:35 p.m., 25-year-old Jessica Hampton was sitting across from a ... More » by Catie L'Heureux

Here Is a Long-Awaited Statement From Rita Ora

Yesterday - The Cut
Since news of the Brexit vote came down on Friday, Rita Ora — England's national treasure — has opted to stay silent; though, only two days prior, she had encouraged her countrymen and countrywomen to #VoteIN with a blurred selfie. Now, finally Rita Ora has made a statement: a fashion ... More » by Dayna Evans

Kate Moss and Daniel Radcliffe Partied This Week

Yesterday - The Cut
Amid the Brexit fallout, British compatriots Kate Moss and Daniel Radcliffe actually had a lot to celebrate this week. Moss made two big appearances, reveling in her 15 iconic years with Rimmel London, then appearing along with David Beckham at Louis Vuitton's Paris men's show. Daniel Radcliffe partied in New York ... More » by Maggie Birnbaum

Chloë Grace Moretz’s Gown Could Catch a Lot of Fish

Yesterday - The Cut
Last night at the Logo Trailblazers Honors, Chloë Grace Moretz graced New York's Cathedral of St. John the Divine in a celestial ode to summer fishing. Wearing a sheer black gown vastly adorned in silver fish hooks (or the ends of a whisk? Christmas tree ornaments?), the actress introduced one ... More » by Catie L'Heureux

Nope, My Kid’s Not Two. He’s 26 Months.

Yesterday - The Cut
Do you have a friend who recently, to your delight or chagrin, became a mother? Does that friend suddenly seem like a whole different person, and not necessarily in a good way? Welcome to a new column, Ask a Mom, which attempts to explain why parents of small children are so ... More » by Laura June

Gender-Neutral Family Policies Help Men Succeed

Yesterday - The Cut
In the ’90s and early ’00s, many American universities adopted policies that extended the time period of tenure evaluation for academics by an extra year, in order to make room for more female academics to have children and not feel that they were put at a disadvantage in their race ... More » by Dayna Evans

Oh, to Be These Extravagant, Wanderlust Friends

Yesterday - The Cut
For a wanderlust photography project, Italian photographer Alessandra d’Urso chronicled a group of friends' extravagant travels to far-flung, dreamy destinations: a Medici villa in Tuscany, Italy; private islands off the coast of Cartagena, Colombia; and a chateau in Normandy, France. He compiled 270 black-and-white shots of their various weeken... by Anna Furman

Justin Theroux Now Indistinguishable From Your Weed-Delivery Guy

Yesterday - The Cut
Actor and Jennifer Aniston trophy-husband Justin Theroux was spotted riding his bike around New York clad in the standard chill weed-delivery-guy uniform — from beard to key carabiner. Who knows? Maybe Theroux just binged his way through all of High Maintenance, then decided to do some guerrilla marketing for the show in advance ... by Gabriella Paiella

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