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Can we squeeze into this hug? 📷 Startracks
It's true: We don’t talk about this enough. A few months ago @themelissarauch opened up about her experience with miscarriage in a personal, powerful essay on Now, she’s come together with more brave women to share a message with all of you. Miscarriages are common, and it's not your fault. Watch the full video through the #linkinbio.
Thousands of women are using this simple phrase—“me too”—to share their experiences of sexual harassment or assault, after actress Alyssa Milano suggested the idea on Twitter on Sunday night. "If all the women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted wrote 'Me Too.' as a status we might give people a sense of the magnitude of the problem,” Milano wrote. To all the women who have shared their stories or simply written “me too,” and to all the women who have not felt ready or able to share, you’re not alone. #metoo
Forget tomorrow’s Monday. Close your eyes. Pretend you’re here. #selfcaresunday 📸@jenmulrow
A wedding is coming! Congrats to @sophiet and @joejonas on their engagement! Tap the #linkinbio for the details.
Mark your calendars: Glamour’s Women of the Year LIVE Summit is going to be 🔥🔥🔥. Meet your heroes, see powerful performances, and take part in fast-paced panels on topics you haven’t seen anywhere else. Tickets and more info at #linkinbio
Nearly 20 years after her affair with President Clinton threw her into the unwanted spotlight, Monica Lewinsky still gets harassed online with humiliating comments and mocking memes. But now, she's finally taking on the trolls. To read more about her new campaign, In Real Life, and her fight against cyberbullying, tap the #linkinbio.
Mood of the Week: "Respect existence or expect resistance." cc: @yarashahidi
More than 30 women have shared stories of sexual harassment and assault by Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. Their accounts are chilling, and we applaud them for coming forward. There is strength in our numbers. We must continue to speak up, and fight back. Louise Godbold, Zoë Brock, Liza Campbell, Sarah Ann Masse, Louisette Geiss, Romola Garai, Lauren Sivan, Jessica Barth, Emma de Caunes, Mira Sorvino, Asia Argento, Lucia Evans, Ambra Battilana Gutierrez, Zelda Perkins, Laura Madden, Emily Nestor, Dawn Dunning, Judith Godrèche, Katherine Kendall, Rosanna Arquette, Tomi-Ann Roberts, Claire Forlani, Florence Darel, Sophie Dix, Heather Graham, Rose McGowan, Ashley Judd, Angelina Jolie, Gwyneth Paltrow, Léa Seydoux, Cara Delevingne, Kate Beckinsale, you are not alone.
Sexual assault is never okay. Period. Neither is abusing your position of power to scare people into silence. (And yeah, this rule applies to all genders.)
@uzoaduba didn't always love her name. Today, while hosting our Glamour x The Girl Project rally for girls, she brought down the house with her story of how she came to OWN it. Tap the #linkinbio to watch the full event. #Glamour4Edu #IDG2017
@theashleygraham served up some real talk about beauty at our International Day of the Girl rally this morning. Spoiler: She’s a superhero. Tap the #linkinbio to watch the entire event. #Glamour4Edu #IDG2017
We’re here for you, girls: This morning we partnered with @maybelline and The Girl Project to help every girl get the education she deserves. Read about the 5 most-inspiring moments from our rally at our #linkinbio. #Glamour4Edu #dayofthegirl #ad
Join Glamour’s #TheGirlProject, to watch your real-life superheroes Uzo Aduba, Ashley Graham, Yara Shahidi, U.S. Senator Cory Booker, and more rally for the power of an educated girl. Watch LIVE at the #linkinbio on right now!⚡ #Glamour4Edu #IDG2017
Give girls a fighting chance. We partnered with @maybelline and The Girl Project to help every girl get the education she deserves. Learn how you can help at our #linkinbio. #Glamour4Edu #dayofthegirl #ad
Happy 21st birthday to the beautiful @bellahadid!
When my boss calls to ask why I'm not at work tomorrow morning, tell her I'm still here, watching this video for the 1,000th time. #selfcaresunday#regram @wannerstedt
This illustration is by artist Jane Beaird, aka @quietcreature, who—like many women—was shocked by the new Trump administration ruling that gives employers the choice to opt out of covering contraception methods for women. “[It’s] a disturbing step towards control of women's bodies, reproductive rights, and financial freedom,” she tells Glamour. “So many women, myself included, take birth control to prevent health issues such as breast and ovarian cysts, PMS, and ovarian cancer. It just feels like women are being backed into a corner.” Thousands of working women across the U.S. will be affected by these exemptions, which are effective immediately. "It was important that I made an image depicting women in a group because, as we saw with the Women's March in January, there's something really magical and empowering about women coming together to make their voices heard," Beaird adds. ✊🏿✊🏼✊🏾✊🏻 #HandsOffMyBC
One of the million reasons we love @yarashahidi. Yara interviewed her friend, @zendaya, for our November issue. Read their conversation through the #linkinbio. 📷 @thisismayan