This season should not be about working for a summer body, but working to love our body year-round.

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Celebrity-penned novels are good for many reasons. They allow us to see these people as people rather than two-dimensional faces we recognize from our television screens. Once we’re able to relate to the struggles and joyful stories they share with us, we’re able to humanize them and gain an appreciation for the work they do. […]

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In an interview with Howard Stern Wednesday, Olivia Wilde admitted that she wasn’t cast as the female lead Naomi in “The Wolf of Wall Street,” starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill, because she was too old. According to the Los Angeles Times, Wilde recalled that after her audition, she was told she was “too sophisticated” […]

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Mindy Kaling, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Abbi Jacobson, Ilana Glazer, Jenny Slate, Amy Schumer and so on are comedians. No, that sentence is not complete — at least, not without the word “feminist.” These prominent, successful women are no longer just comedians. They are now a part of their own sub-genre of comedy. In TV and […]

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When Demi Lovato showed up on the October cover of Vanity Fair absolutely naked, with no makeup, no clothes and absolutely no retouching, it got me thinking. But more importantly, it got me undressing. When I read the article in which the singer explains why she wanted to be shot naked, I subconsciously started by […]

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The New York Times published an article Wednesday on Amy Schumer’s memoir book deal with Simon & Schuster. Back in 2013 Schumer had the opportunity to sign with HarperCollins, but in the middle of signing conveniently decided to back out of the deal. She used the excuse of being too busy to continue working on […]

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