Megan Angelo, Glamour

Megan Angelo

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Recent:
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Past:
  • Glamour
  • ELLE Magazine (US)

Past articles by Megan:

The Kavanaugh Hearings, Day 4: 7 Unanswered Questions We Still Have About Brett Kavanaugh

At the end of Brett Kavanaugh's week-long confirmation hearing, we still have some unanswered questions. → Read More

In Surprise ‘Bring It On’ Reenactment, Democrats Channel the Toros

Senator Cory Booker to Brett Kavanaugh: Bring it? It's already been broughten. → Read More

The Kavanaugh Hearings, Day 2: If He Doesn't Make the Supreme Court, He'd Make a Great Real Housewife

On Glamour.com, writer Megan Angelo is here to recap the Supreme Court confirmation hearings of Brett Kavanaugh. → Read More

THIS Is Must-See TV: All the Drama You Missed on Day One of Brett Kavanaugh’s Confirmation Hearings

Handmaids, protests, and a whole lot of gumption from women in the Senate. → Read More

I Outsourced the Experience of Being a Woman to Apps. It Went...Fine.

Megan Angelo set out on a mission to outsource her life. → Read More

Kimmy Schmidt Is TV's Most Unlikely #MeToo Villain

In the premier episode of 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,' the female protagonist finds herself in a #MeToo scandal. → Read More

The Story Behind the Real-Life Trip That Inspired Netflix’s 'Ibiza'

It's a new kind of female comedy—and you need to see it. → Read More

How NRA TV Co-Opts Girl Power to Sell More Guns

I watched NRA TV for a week and came away more depressed about women than the NRA. → Read More

How the Women of The Handmaid’s Tale Do Self-Care in Dystopia

I adore The Handmaid’s Tale, but as soon as I sat down to season 2, I realized I’d forgotten how hellishly stressful watching it is. I asked the cast how they practiced self-care while shooting the acclaimed show's second season. → Read More

The 'Roseanne' Revival Is More Than ’90s Nostalgia—It’s Hope for 2018

The show offers a flicker of hope for unity again—or, at least, reminds us what it looks like. → Read More

What TV Will Look Like After #MeToo

The new shows this fall are going to be a hell of a lot different than last year. → Read More

We Said the Kids Were Entitled. We Said the Kids Were Addicted to Their Screens. We Were Wrong.

Every criticism of their generation is the flip side of a superpower. → Read More

The First Time My White Husband Witnessed Someone Discriminate Against Me for the Color of My Skin

'Late Night with Seth Meyers' writer Amber Ruffin shares her story. → Read More

TV Is Finally Showing Motherhood As It Really Is

SMILF, Better Things, and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel are all realistic portrayals of moms on TV and nominated for Golden Globes. → Read More

A Year in Trumpland: 8 Women on How Their Lives Have Drastically Changed

A year after the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States, these women reflect on how their lives have drastically changed. → Read More

Parenting in the Age of Instagram

Those tidy little squares of parenting wins are a LIE. → Read More

Parenting in the Age of Instagram

Those tidy little squares of parenting wins are a LIE. → Read More

Now Is the Perfect Time to Lie to Your Kids

Just how crucial it is, as the world seems to flirt with apocalypse, to create magic for your kids at any cost. → Read More

Now Is the Perfect Time to Lie to Your Kids

Just how crucial it is, as the world seems to flirt with apocalypse, to create magic for your kids at any cost. → Read More

I Baptized My Kid, But I Kind of Regret It

Reconciling the uncomfortable aspects of religion with the comforting ones. → Read More