LZ Sunday Paper Newsletter: The "Stan" Edition
Welcome to the final Pride Month edition of the Paper!
Due to summer circumstances such as traffic, tennis, and naps on the beach, the editorial note is herewith foreshortened.
Stay tuned for next week's 4th of July edition, along with the introduction of the the first ever LZ Sunday Paper intern! Well, I should say first ever two-legged intern. I've tried before. The first one was cute, but not too shmart-y. The second one had a real attitude problem. And then this gal who is real eager to please, but very easily distracted and had too many pee accidents. Lily, on the other hand, has a very good resumé, submitted excellent writing samples, is a great communicator, and will bring some youthful energy to the literal gray lady, not this impersonator, hopefully with much less shedding. I'm looking forward to introducing her properly and putting out great content together this summer and beyond!
Today, enjoy this missive --I really like this week's edition of fabulous, important articles by and about women in the news. It is essential stuff-- from politics to tech, business to the arts, health to pop culture. Enjoy.
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THE PIC(K) OF THE WEEK:
Miscarriages Are Awful. And Abortion Politics Make Them Worse via The New York Times
First Woman, Progressive India Walton, Stuns To Become Buffalo's Next Mayor. 'It's Surreal.' via The Buffalo News
Mystery Of The Wheelie Suitcase: How Gender Stereotypes Held Back The History Of Invention via The Guardian
How Billionaire Rebecca Neumann Put The Woo-Woo In WeWork via Vanity Fair
Against Carceral Feminism via Aeon
HEALTH & WELLNESS:
The Life Lessons I Learned Becoming A Mother During Lockdown via Vogue
Majorities Of U.S. Women Have A Need For Contraception, Are At Risk For Unwanted Pregnancy via The CDC
Looking For The Day When Sexism In Medicine Is DOA via The Boston Globe
THE ARTS, FASHION & POP CULTURE:
'When Women Invented Television' Gives 1940s, '50s Creative Powerhouses Their Due via NPR
'Physical' Presents A Dark Underdog Story via B*tch Media
Iliza Schlessinger's Ex-Boyfriend Lied To Her About Everything--So She Made A Netflix Movie About Him via Vanity Fair
The Surprising History Of Home Economics, From Industry To Diplomacy via The Washington Post
The Women Who Want To Be Priests via The New Yorker
The Trouble With The Past: How A Biography Of Cleopatra Exemplifies A Fast-and-Loose Trend In The Writing Of History via The Economist
AND WHAT'S NOT TO LOVE ABOUT...?