"girls like us" magazine is imagining alternative futures for young women
Profiling pioneers like Juliana Huxtable and Chris Kraus, the small-press publication is capturing our social justice zeitgeist.
lena dunham has another show lined up for you
Lena and Jenni Konner are already working on a new TV show together.
jack antonoff on the creative women in his life and what he’s learnt from them
As we count down the days until the release of his second Bleachers record, Gone Now, Jack discusses working with Lorde, his relationship with Lena Dunham, and why, in such a male dominated industry, he prefers working with women.
the glorious return of the female slacker
How a trope that previously personified tired entitlement evolved to address a new kind of woman on screen.
HBO's girls: right on or problematic?
As Lena Dunham’s Brooklyn-based comedy enters its final season, we examine the good and the bad of the HBO series.
photographer evangeline davis creates tender portraits of new zealand girls
In her new book 'Touchy' Evangeline explores the lovely awkwardness of being a girl.
lena dunham talks quitting twitter and intersectional feminism on the breakfast club
The Girls star also addresses Kim Kardashian's robbery and her recent controversial comments about Odell Beckham Jr. with her new friend (and longtime fan) Charlamagne Tha God.
my mother, my self: meeting lena dunham and laurie simmons
Lena Dunham and her artist mother, Laurie Simmons, both explore themes of femininity, sexuality and the role of women through their work. Here the mother and daughter reflect on their shared passion for politics and a love that knows no bounds.
exploring our love, obsession and fascination with youth
Photographer Heather Lighton's upcoming book 'Young 2' is an unapologetic celebration of adolescent beauty.
exploring pop culture’s unlikely new obsession with sobriety
In 2016, HBO shows are depicting romance blossoming in AA meetings, T-shirts are declaring that sober is sexy, and the fashion world seems to be getting clean. Is this just a phase or a healthy step forward?
this is the most honest documentary about teenage girlhood ever
Jenny Gage and Tom Betterton’s first film, All This Panic, about seven friends growing up in New York, is a rare unfiltered depiction of how it feels to be young, female, and figuring it out.
school daze: a high schooler’s portraits of her friends before graduation
“You never think to photograph things that feel like they’re forever.”