Since last I saw you, the packed calendar of summer events since last week did not disappoint. Well, come to think of it, The Yankees, at Fenway, sure did. But from an apaprtment renovation kick-off to a Thursday evening summer/tennis/beach galpals rosé-themed cocktail hour to a wonderful wedding celebration -- variant hopefully shunned -- it felt a little bit normal and a lot bit fun.
Hope you have a variant-free, normal amount of time to read this week's edition of important articles by and about women in the news. It is essential stuff, hand-picked by me, for you. From politics to business, the arts, and pop culture, these pieces can help you stay focused on women who have changed what it means to be a woman in the world. Subscribe here ! To be in the know and on the front lines of pop culture.
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Enjoy the week,
THE PIC(K) OF THE WEEK:
A Princess Raced To Escape Dubai's Powerful Ruler. Then Her Phone Appeared On The List. via The Washington Post
I Tried To Live Off Women-Owned Businesses. It Turns Out, Men Still Run Everything via Time
The High Financial Price Paid By Victims Of Sexual Harassment via Bloomberg
A Reporter's Fight To Expose Epstein's Crimes...And Earn A Living via The New York Times
There Will Be Blood: Women On The Shocking Truth About Periods and Permenapause via The Guardian
THE ARTS, FASHION & POP CULTURE:
Lena Waithe To Turn The World On With New Mary Tyler Moore Documentary via Variety
'Hacks': The Marriage Plot For The Age Of Workism via The Atlantic
The Queerness of 'Gunpowder Milkshake' via Den Of Geek
The Love Letters Of Virginia Woolf and Vita Sackville West via The New Yorker
Reading 'Mrs. Dalloway' In 2021 via Medium
J.K. Rowling's Transphobia Is Unacceptable--But So Is Her Online Harassment via Vogue
Forced To Play In 'Panties,' The Norwegian Beach Handball Team Decided They'd Had Enoughvia The Lily
First Female Position Coach In Division I Football To Assist Tampa Bay Buccaneers via WFLA News
AND WHAT'S NOT TO LOVE ABOUT...?