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Sex Education Two elite British universities—including Prince William’s alma mater—unravel amid horrific accusations of assault on campus

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Toast of the Town London’s Delevingne sisters are bringing their love of a good party to those beyond the velvet rope

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Feminist of One She wrote about spanking before Fifty Shades of Grey and profiled Soon-Yi Previn when no one else would go there. Daphne Merkin explains what’s missing from today’s strand of feminism

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In Search of Lost Morals Transactionalism has been a part of our politics since our founding. And, even during World War, it’s coexisted with decency. Not anymore


Quilting Queens (and Kings) New exhibitions showcase the work of Black artists using cloth as their canvas. They’re honoring a legacy dating back to slavery, when quilts served as navigational signals on the Underground Railroad

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“The Best Eyes in the Business” During the Swinging 60s, Valerie Askew ran the largest modeling agency in Europe and partied with the Beatles

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