Link Roundup #16: Wellness Mansplained, Fiction by Emma Cline, What You Can’t Expect When You’re Expecting, & Lady Gaga

Here are links to articles I’ve been meaning to read. Have you read any of these, and if so, what did you think? What’s on your to-read list?

  • What We Don’t Talk About When We Talk About Serial Killers [The Cut]

  • Historical Misunderstandings and the Defeat of the Equal Rights Amendment [The Public Historian]

  • The Shape-Shifter: LADY GAGA WANTS TO WEAR EVERY COSTUME, LIVE OUT EVERY TYPE OF KNOWN STARDOM [The New York Times Magazine]

  • The Man Who Designed Dean & Deluca, and the Look of Modern Kitchens [T: The New York Times Style Magazine]

  • What You Can’t Expect When You’re Expecting [Res Philosophica]

  • Far Away From Me: I was never the girl in that Weezer song [Rookie]

  • WELL, ACTUALLY: THE THIN WHITE MEN WHO REBRANDED DIETING AS “WELLNESS” [Bitch Media]

  • Are We Really Still Calling This Shirt a ‘Wife Beater’? [The New York Times]

  • Joyce Maynard’s Second Chances: She dropped out of Yale to live with J. D. Salinger, then was spurned for writing about their affair. Four and a half decades later, she is back at college. Have attitudes changed? [The New Yorker]

  • What Can You Do with a General (fiction by Emma Cline) and Emma Cline on Anger and Nostalgia [The New Yorker: #1 & #2]

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