Caitlin Moscatello, Glamour

Caitlin Moscatello


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Caitlin:

10 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Quotes We Should Always Remember

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy is formally celebrated every January, but he's someone we should be honoring and remembering year-round. → Read More

Keep Your Head Down? Why Congress’s Youngest Members Aren’t Falling For This Sexist Trope

Nothing quite signals the shifting of the old guard like the rise of millennial women. → Read More

Meet the Two Former Female CIA Agents Who Are Now Running for Office

Abigail Spanberger and Elissa Slotkin are former CIA operatives who are now running for Congress, and disclosing their past lives as spies. → Read More

What to Wear on a Plane: The Comfy-Chic Option

ADAY's collection of minimalist clothes in technical fabrics will keep you looking and feeling cool (literally) on your next long-haul flight. → Read More

New 'Pilot' Earpiece Translates Languages for You in Real Time

This could be a game changer when traveling abroad. → Read More

How Female Business Travelers Save Their Employers Millions

Hint: It takes a little planning. → Read More

Brussels Attacks Prove Why Twitter, 10 Years On, Still Matters

The social media platform has been called "irrelevant," "useless," and "stupid." But in a crisis, it's one of the first places people turn to when they want to not only react, but help. → Read More

Why I Love the Middle Seat

Condé Nast Traveler editors square off on the pros and cons of sitting pretty (or pretty painfully) in coach. → Read More

Why I Love the Middle Seat

Condé Nast Traveler editors square off on the pros and cons of sitting pretty (or pretty painfully) in coach. → Read More

Research Shows: Everyone Loves Ireland

The Irish have much to celebrate this St. Patrick's Day—like a 20 percent bump in tourist spending. → Read More

Why Should You Care About This Year's Major Abortion Case? We Asked The Plaintiff

Today, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt, a case with huge ramifications for abortion access in the U.S. Amy Hagstrom Miller, the lead plaintiff in the case, is the... → Read More

Terminally Ill Father and Family Kicked Off Plane After Reporting Son's Allergy

Reports say people on a flight from Washington to Arizona applauded as a seven-year-old boy with a dog allergy was escorted off the plane with his mother and terminally ill father. → Read More

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Sex Regret: When You Kind of Wish You Hadn't...

Most of us have done things in bed that made us face palm the next morning. What we wish we could take back varies: In a study published in Archives of Sexual Behavior, women’s biggest... → Read More

8 Powerful Women Share Their Best Days Ever

It's usually easy to forget the little annoyances that make up most bad days: spilled coffee, a missed subway, or a cranky boss. Your best days might be rare, but they are the ones that truly stand out. It's those days — when we get a compliment from a client, or a promotion, or finally complete → Read More

How To Deal When Your Friends Make More Money

By the time the waiter brought the second round of sake, Katherine, a 28-year-old graduate student, was in panic mode. She had already calculated the cost of the sushi rolls her friends had ordered for the table — $15 for the soft-shell crab, $12 for the tuna, $4 per oyster. And those were just → Read More

Here’s What It’s Really Like to Be A 23-Year-Old American Woman Living in Iraq

Not too long ago, Rachel Sider, 23, was an undergraduate at Middlebury College in Vermont, going to class and hanging out on the picturesque campus—and about as far away from a war zone as one can get. Today, she lives in Erbil, Iraq, where she’s a humanitarian worker for the international → Read More

Why Is A Conservative-Backed Bill Treating Strippers Like Criminals?

Imagine for a second that your boss comes into work one day, calls a meeting with you and your coworkers, and says the following: You must register with the state, in order to keep your job. You need to provide a photo, disclose your criminal record (should you have one), victim status, phone → Read More

Does Porn Damage Men? A Look at the Lasting, Unspoken Effects

Going beyond the physical, many experts still feel there may be deeper, less visible effects that porn has on the average man. → Read More

Sheryl Sandberg Gave An Inspiring Graduation Speech—But The Real Message Wasn’t In Her Words

“Women hold up half the sky,” said Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, quoting a Chinese proverb as she spoke to graduates of the Tsinghua University School of Economics and Management in Beijing. It was a fitting phrase for Forbes’s most Powerful Woman in Tech, who has recently had to shoulder not → Read More