Since the 1960s, sex educators and extremely happy female customers have praised the wonders of the Magic Wand vibrator—and now it has become a subject for feminist artists too.
Alaina Demopoulos is the style writer for The Daily Beast. Previously, she covered beauty at Popsugar. She holds a BFA from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.
Forget those cutesy, much-analyzed SAG Award photographs. Spare me your Jennifer Aniston/Brad Pitt reunion fantasies. Jen, like all of us, is better without her nightmare ex.
“Toxic Beauty,” a new documentary by Phyllis Ellis, investigates the dangers of unregulated personal care products—and the culture that makes women continue to use toxic makeup.
Beyoncé is in the midst of relaunching her massively successful Ivy Park label. She’s called in the unlikely help of Reese Witherspoon, to show her clothes are meant for everyone.
The Enneagram, a pseudoscientific personality test, “tells you the motivations behind your behavior,” one proponent claims. “It tells you why you do the things you do.”
Costume designer Jacqueline Durran has garnered her seventh Oscar nomination with her modern, corset-ditching “Little Women” costumes. Now she must find an Oscars outfit herself.
In the New York City exhibit “Abortion Is Normal,” a group of artists and activists angered by last year’s abortion rights rollbacks confront the subject in art.
Kim Kardashian’s minimalist fridge made a lot of people angry—or at least confused. Here’s why we get so emotional about other people’s refrigerators, and ashamed of our own.
During her past life as a Hollywood actress, Toronto transplant, and New York socialite, Meghan made many friends who will no doubt greet her and Prince Harry with open arms.
Influencers have been criticized for using nudes or sexy photos to drum up donations for Australian firefighters. Enough with the shaming—we should be grateful for their efforts.