- The Cut featured the best, most on-theme looks at this week’s Met Gala. (And have you heard about the Marilyn Monroe dress controversy?)
- The Strategist explained how to work up to using strong retinoids.
- BBC WorkLife looked at how the costs of getting to work are rising.
- CNBC reported that companies like JPMorgan Chase, Microsoft, SAP, Hilton, and EY have started programs specifically for interviewing, hiring, and onboarding neurodiverse workers.
- Ms. Magazine shared that Plan C has launched an ad campaign in NYC subways — 250 posters in English and Spanish that explain how to find abortion pills and access free legal advice about using them.
- WIRED explained how to remove your personal info from Google’s search results.
- In Good Housekeeping, a woman who became a single mom by choice spoke to others who made the same decision and highlighted the challenges they face.
- The New York Times published an op-ed by the Pulitzer Prize-winning former Supreme Court reporter Linda Greenhouse that looks at the legal opinions underlying abortion as we knew it.
- The New York Times also reviewed Rax King’s new book, Tacky: Love Letters to the Worst Culture We Have to Offer, which “make[s] the late aughts seem like the most vivid, concrete, and ecstatic moment to burst into adolescence since time out of mind.”
- Your Laugh of the Week comes from The Belladonna, with “I, Samuel Alito, Am Disgusted By This Violation Of My Right To Privacy.”
On CorporetteMoms Recently…
- We looked at the concept of “Conception, Planning, and Execution” from the book Fair Play: A Game-Changing Solution for When You Have Too Much to Do (and More Life to Live).
- We looked back at past CorporetteMoms posts, including the best sippy cups and the best maternity dresses for work.
- We offered some clothes for working moms, including some maternity basics and washable workwear.
Did we miss anything? Add ’em here, or send them to email@example.com. Thank you! Also: Are you a mom or mom-to-be? Don’t miss this week’s news update at CorporetteMoms.