Jenni Miller is a freelance writer in NYC with extensive experience writing online and in print.
CBD Oil Actually Helped With My Anxiety
There's no magic bullet for anxiety, but CBD is pretty good.
Meet the Stars of the Year's Best Documentary
In Amanda Lipitz's new documentary Step, carefully choreographed step routines are more than a source of entertainment or exercise — they're a lifeline.
I Thought Having a Breast Reduction Would Make Me a Bad Feminist
Turns out, it was the most empowering thing I've ever done.
The Psychomagician Speaks: Talking Sex With Alejandro Jodorowsky
Alejandro Jodorowsky is still a wizard. After years of being relegated to the cult film circuit with films like El Topo and The Holy Mountain, the 88-year-old writer and director is back with a vengeance with Endless Poetry.
Do Cat Men Make Good Lovers? An Expert Says Yes.
Jackson Galaxy is back for another season of his hit Animal Planet show, My Cat From Hell, and he has more kitty myths to dispel.
Meditation Apps Could Lower the Cost of Workplace Meditation ...
Can technology really augment this ancient technique?
The panic and pleasure of online dating as a woman in her 40s
The panic and pleasure of online dating as a woman ...
Interview: Alice Lowe of 'Prevenge'
Pregnancy is the perfect time to make a horror movie.
The Love Witch Has the Sexiest Costumes You'll See All Year
Anna Biller’s eye-popping new movie features incredible handmade and vintage clothes from the ’60s and ’70s.
The Bombshell Costumes of Kate Winslet's The Dressmaker
Dressing gorgeously is the best revenge in Jocelyn Moorhouse’s adaptation of The Dressmaker.
5 Female Directors on Why They Love Horror
Everyone wants to be the final girl.
Are Korean sheet masks skin saviors or a waste of money?
Is that a pore-tightening sheet mask on your face, or are you just here to haunt my nightmares?
Jenny Slate and Gillian Robespierre on New Film 'Landline'
Jenny Slate and Gillian Robespierre on New Film 'La...
'The Witch' Is a Kick in the Balls of Patriarchy | VICE | United States
The eagerly awaited, terrifying movie about Puritans and the occult is also a story about empowerment.
TV's Realest New Mom on Being a Woman in Comedy -- The Cut
'Catastrophe' co-writer and star Sharon Horgan is no joke