Calling from Lena Dunham's West Hollywood outpost, the writer-director-artist Laurie Simmons speaks about her new film "My Art," the power of make-believe and dress-up, and why you should never call her an actress.
"Don't make passive-aggressive posts or quotes that could, in any way, be misinterpreted as being about your ex. Even if it’s funny, screenshot it and save it for later. People know who you're talking about and you’re just adding more pain to an already-painful situation."
"I hope women move away from this falsity that lies on social media. We’re all guilty of it. We all take photos that aren’t really us," says Lauren Martin, creator of the popular website and Instagram account Words of Women.
Amanda De Cadenet—founder of GirlGaze, host of her own talk show The Conversation, and author of It’s Messy: on Boys, Boobs, and Badass Women—tells Beyond The Interview what parents of today need to be aware of, and how both men and women can move forward in a post-#MeToo world.
You don't need to spend $1 million on converting your entire house into a zero-waste system. We're talking Simple. Daily. Choices. And once you start, these choices will become a fluid part of the lifestyle you already live and love.
According to Republicans, Obamacare has been one of the great catastrophes of the Obama era. Many, however, believe it is the key to quality universal care. So why repeal the pre-existing conditions provision?
"A neighborhood is just the sum of its stores, and restaurants, and homes, and aesthetic, and people—all things that get organized into streets. And then, we realized that even more specifically than neighborhoods, streets are what precisely represent the energy we were feeling."