WomenSarah and Daniel are about to go on a first date. We interviewed them beforehand and afterward, separately, and had them rate their date. From initial attraction and gauging compatibility to rating conversation and final impressions, these two let us in on how they really felt and rate their first date.
Sex & LoveSamantha loves her boyfriend, but she doesn't love having sex with him. Her lack of desire makes her feel vulnerable, and she’s often thinking of ways to turn him down gently. Having been not taken seriously by doctors in the past, Samantha still hopes for a solution. Here, she talks to an expert about the potential causes, including Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD).
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EntertainmentWe sit down with three of TV's brightest stars, Jameela Jamil, Natasha Lyonne, and Ruby Rose to ask them the exact same questions. Who is the actual Jameela Jamil? How does social media affect Natasha's work? What kind of vocal and accent exercises help Ruby Rose prepare on set? Has Hollywood changed them?
Celebs & TVGabrielle Union is empowering the next generation of creatives with her production company, I’ll Have Another. Produced by Glamour with Mercedes-Benz.
WomenWomen with different salaries tell us what they would do if they received a $5,000 medical bill. How will they pay it? Do they dip into their savings?
EntertainmentChelsea Handler steps in to a corporate office to facilitate a Human Resources seminar. A woman who has worn many hats, Chelsea hilariously takes on the role of HR to educate employees on business ethics by discussing sexism and racial bias in the office, acting out scenarios, and hosting a Q&A. She also reminds us all to never give "the finger" to to anyone in the workplace! Watch "Hello, Privilege. It's Me, Chelsea," on Netflix on Sept. 13.
WomenWe asked women of all ages: What’s the meaning of life? From 5 years old to 75 years old, take a look at what women of every consecutive age have to say about what life means to them and how they see the world.
EntertainmentOn the second part of this episode of You Sang My Song, Monsta X watches more fan covers of their songs on YouTube. Monsta X just wrapped their massive “We Are Here” world tour. They are the first K-Pop group to perform at the iHeart Festival and Life Is Beautiful Festival this September. Their current single "WHO DO U LOVE?" with French Montana is currently climbing the U.S. radio charts and they'll have new music coming later this year!
FashionTake a look back at the last hundred years of women's shoes. From the peep toe cutouts of the 1930s and the kitten heels of the 1960s to the disco diva platforms of the 1970s and the comfy and warm Ugg boots of the early 2000s, here is how women's footwear has transformed over the last century.
EntertainmentOn this episode of You Sang My Song, Monsta X watches fan covers of their songs on YouTube. Monsta X just wrapped their massive “We Are Here” world tour. They are the first K-Pop group to perform at the iHeart Festival and Life Is Beautiful Festival this September. Their current single "WHO DO U LOVE?" with French Montana is currently climbing the U.S. radio charts and they'll have new music coming later this year!
BeautyThe stress that comes with the start of a new job is no match for New York City-based optometrist The Monocle Muse. To prep, she accepted Olay’s 2-Week Body Wash Challenge. Watch how the transformation has given her skin a fresh start, too.
WomenWomen of different salaries tell us what treating themselves to some beauty TLC looks like for them.
EntertainmentIt Chapter Two co-stars Bill Hader and Finn Wolfhard take to the set to interview each other about what they are most proud of, advice they would give each other, and getting their pictures taken by fans and tourists. Catch It Chapter Two in theaters Sept. 6.
EntertainmentWe asked women of all ages: Are you following your dreams? From 5-year-olds to 75-year-olds, take a look at what women of every consecutive age have to say about living their dreams.