Jennifer Wright, New York Post

Jennifer Wright

New York Post

New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Jennifer:

Inside Josephine Baker’s badass life as a resistance spy during WWII

In 1961, she received a Legion D’Honneur, France’s highest decoration for military service, for her Spain and Morocco mission, and was commended for retrieving “precious information.” → Read More

These 4 undelivered famous speeches would have changed history

Jeff Nussbaum’s new book, “Undelivered” is a love letter to all the speechwriters and public figures whose addresses never saw the light of day. → Read More

Millennial men want 1950s housewives after they have kids

Lara Bazelon’s new book “Ambitious Like a Mother,” explores how working mothers get tasked with a “second shift” — i.e., all the domestic and family work that occurs after paid work ends for the day. → Read More

Meet the killer poet who inspired ‘Crime and Punishment’

Today’s fangirls are participating in a rich tradition of ladies falling for dreadful scoundrels, a trend dating back to the 19th century when Pierre François Lacenaire was dubbed “The Don Juan of Murder.” → Read More

Miracle ‘coronavirus cures’ haven’t changed in 700 years

Rest assured that before this coronavirus pandemic is over, plenty of self-appointed “experts” are going to try to sell you false cures. → Read More

Michelle Williams's Speech Is a Reminder to Stop Expecting Women to Regret Their Abortions

Assuming women regret their abortions is not only statistically inaccurate, it also leads to harmful legislation on women's rights. → Read More

The Decade of Enduring Male Fragility

We've tolerated 10 years of unchecked rage from men who believe they're the “real” victims in modern society. Will 2020 be any different? → Read More

The Eco-Fascists Are Coming

When Republicans eventually stop denying climate change, they'll start doing something much worse. → Read More

Why Is Anyone Still Supporting a Supervillain like Trump?

Swaths of people continue to pledge loyalty to a man who literally wants to throw people into an alligator moat. → Read More

The ‘grandmother of Europe’ Queen Victoria hated kids — despite having nine of them

Queen Victoria’s reign from 1837 to 1901 was unusually prosperous and peaceful. She was in a loving marriage. She was generally admired by her subjects. Her only problem was she had nine children. → Read More

The Most Common Criticisms About Climate Activist Great Thunberg

Retorts about the 16-year-old are, at times, outright hilarious. → Read More

Sean Spicer and Sarah Huckabee Sanders Prove Rich White People in America Get a Lot of Chances

Members of the Trump administration are going to waltz away from this terrible period completely unscathed. → Read More

‘Inspirational’ Barbies will probably just be tortured by little girls

Civil rights activist Rosa Parks and astronaut Sally Ride are now available as Barbie Dolls. They accompany Frida Kahlo, Amelia Earhart and Katherine Johnson in Mattel’s “inspiring women” collection. Each doll comes with her own unique outfits as well as educational materials about the women’s accomplishments. → Read More

Why Being a “Real Man” Will Kill You

Masculinity is being sold to men at a great price. → Read More

Why Politicians Offer Prayers After a Mass Shooting

We've prayed 2,188 times since Sandy Hook, and nothing has happened. → Read More

Instagram is crippling young entrepreneurs like Kylie Jenner by dropping ‘likes’

Instagram’s new pilot scheme, which launched last month in Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, Italy, Japan and Brazil, ensures that users can see the likes they get on a post — but other users can’t. → Read More

"Progressive Ideas" in Democratic Debates Aren't Actually Progressive

In the rest of the developed world, these ideas are pretty normal. → Read More

The #SquadGoals Message of Hope

Donald Trump has turned his ire upon the progressive group of congresswomen Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Ayanna Pressley, and Rashida Tlaib. But Trump's bullying isn't working. → Read More

Why Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris Need to Run Together

Yes, on the same ticket. → Read More

The new season of ‘Stranger Things’ brings back mall nostalgia

If you came of age in the suburbs between the ’80s and the early 2000s, you’ve probably got plenty of your own memories of making mischief with your childhood pals at the mall. → Read More