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Hitting the highway this summer? Don’t forget these stylish essentials. Chronicle the trip of a lifetime with this neat notebook.THE ADVENTURE LOG, $12 FOR 3, WORDNOTEBOOKS.COM   PH-balanced wipes for both your body and your bits.FRESH BY KIT DELUXE GENTLE WIPES IN LAVENDER, $10, BEAUTYHABIT.COM   Capture classic moments with a digital Polaroid cam.POLAROID SNAP INSTANT DIGITAL CAMERA, $89.99, POLAROID.COM   Map out your trip and make the most of your memories with a pin board.CROSS COUNTRY KEEPSAKE BOARD, $70, UNCOMMONGOODS.COM     Stock these pouches with your power and first-aid supplies, and you’ll be...
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Tired of the same ole, same ole? So is The Light Leaks. Founded by Kim Hoyos, The Light Leaks are the new voices in the film industry — a community of writers, thinkers, creators, and unheard voices disrupting the mundane and often exclusionary film industry by creating a space to spotlight, educate, and provide support for female identifying and non-binary filmmakers. “Light leaks are usually seen as bright, beautiful mistakes in a photo that disrupt the image. We are bright and beautiful and disruptive, but not mistakes....
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As soon as I saw the headline that Amelia Earhart, America’s most popular female aviator, may have survived after her plane disappeared in 1937, I was fucking stoked. Although I wasn’t yet aware of feminism when I learned about her in the 3rd grade, I now consider Amelia Earhart to be my first feminist role model. She was fearless and determined to be great, even if she was hustling in the dangerous, traditionally-men’s field of aviation. And surrounding this bad bitch was a national mystery....
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Musician Kate Nash has dipped her toe into acting before. She appeared in 2013 British indie film Powder Room, which was written by a woman (Rachel Hirons, based on her play When Women Wee), directed by a woman (MJ Delaney), and featured an all-female cast including the superb Sheridan Smith. Soon after, in 2014, following a sleepless night in LA, Nash devised an online community via a YouTube channel titled Girl Gang, which was concerned with “outside empowerment” and giving women and feminist men a...
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A little while ago, I was chatting to my mum about beginning to dating again after the end of a serious relationship. In a nutshell, I told her that I’m not ready for another relationship but am enjoying hanging out and, yes, having sex with people. I want to share what it is like to have that conversation with my mum. I am lucky to be able to have open and honest conversations about sex with mum. I am really lucky to have her at all,...
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