Women, in Hollywood especially, face a lot of pressure to fit into a certain mold and possess a particular body shape. But Girls star Jemima Kirke has revealed that she has learned to embrace her body just the way it is.Read Full Story
Founded in 1998, Girls Write Now is the first organization in the country with a writing and mentoring model exclusively for girls. The Girls Write Now program serves all the boroughs of New York City, with young girls being partnered with mentors who help them with everything from crafting their own personal writing to applying for college.Read Full Story
"I will git you for that. I cude throe you in to the chrash can." This was written on the note hand-delivered from my "chrash"-talking 6-year-old one day recently when I told her to turn off her iPad. She begged; she pleaded; and when I wouldn't give in, she resorted to misspelled threats.Read Full Story
Season 4 of Girls was a long and bumpy ride, especially for Hannah. While we haven't quit grad school, tried to land a record deal or watched a baby pop out of our BFF's vagina, we can still relate to so many of the thoughts and feelings each of the girls had this season. Remember these?Read Full Story
Girls has been credited with a lot of things — giving a voice to the issues faced by today's twentysomethings, challenging the glamorized depictions of sex usually seen on the screen and making it OK for women not to be perfect — but this particular sex-related gratitude the show received from one fan is something we haven't heard before.Read Full Story
You know someone has self-involvement issues when they ask a man's widow for a publishing contact at his funeral. And although we cringe, a big part of the humor of Girls is how Hannah's self-involvement reveals a complete lack of self-awareness.Read Full Story
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