How did this happen? Doesn’t it feel like yesterday that you were the baby in your circle of friends, the youngster among colleagues? Here’s how Ginny McReynolds turned her age into an asset.
We’re tired of feeling that our natural scent is a problem to be solved, and this cheeky new ad campaign shows that someone hears us.
Gennev’s Get Moving program offers a 30-day walking plan—whether you’re just starting out or want to amp up your fitness game—plus a community of others to cheer you on.
After 25 years of marriage and four children, Katrina Anne Willis left her husband to be with a woman. At first it seemed that they could still be a family, but that’s not how it ended up.
Is it so bad that I sometimes don’t like the way age looks on me? Is it so bad that I want to fight it? Artificially?
As played by the the always-hilarious Jennifer Coolidge on HBO’s show about spoiled, clueless rich people on vacation, Tanya is a walking trigger warning for every single woman over 50.
When the kids left the nest, Hillary Quinn got serious about cake decorating. Really serious. Here she tells us what every woman needs to know about pursuing a new hobby and creating passion at midlife.
Being raped and pregnant at 15 in 1965 with no legal options was horrific. Susan Schaefer reports that what her father did next could land him in jail in Texas today.
Was her rescue dog a spaniel? A retriever? Something else entirely? After forking over cash for pet DNA testing, what Leah Ingram learned was equal parts shocking and disappointing.
After 29 years of marriage, Jeannie Ralston didn’t know what to do, how to feel when her divorce decree came through. Luckily her friends had plenty of good suggestions.
On our recent visit to Santa Fe, the first NextTribe trip since the pandemic, we explored the many facets of this magical part of New Mexico–and ourselves.
Decades ago, Anne Bayin suffered a particularly painful kind of sexual abuse. Now she looks back and asks herself if she should have or could have spoken up sooner.
Even with Trump gone, there’s still so much to be mad about. But women’s anger has played a crucial role in shaping history, and if we own it, we can use it for the greater good.
Looking at herself in the mirror after letting the dye die, Amy Keyishian realizes that this is the best look for her life and that every strand of gray has been earned.
But not for the reason you’d expect. The new installment of American Crime Story highlights the little-reported nightmare of women harassing other women.
At one time, turning 50 might seem like a drag. But now we know the truth, and we have a feeling none of these three stars is feeling sorry for herself.
She’s been charged, headbutted, and spit at by her animal subjects, but nothing stops photographer Nine Francois from capturing their ferocious, feral beauty.