Brittney McNamara, Teen Vogue

Brittney McNamara

Teen Vogue

New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Brittney:

Crafts Like Cross-Stitch and Weaving Are Helping Relieve Anxiety During the Pandemic

How knitting, weaving, chain mail, and other crafts have brought us joy during COVID-19. → Read More

Miley Cyrus Says She "Fell Off" Sobriety During the Pandemic

Find out what Miley Cyrus said about sobriety during the pandemic, and how she's now two weeks sober. → Read More

Elliot Page Came Out as Transgender

Elliot Page, star of "Juno" and "Umbrella Academy" just came out publicly as transgender in a moving statement on social media. → Read More

Meghan Markle on Having a Miscarriage and the Grief of 2020

Find out what Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, said about experiencing a miscarriage and the grief of 2020. → Read More

Candace Owens' Call for “Manly Men” Misses the Depth of Masculinity

In this op-ed, Brittney McNamara explains why Candace Owens' comments about "manly men" miss the depth of masculinity. → Read More

Taking a Break After the 2020 Election Helps Avoid Activist Burnout

Find out why it's OK to take a break following the 2020 election, and how it can help you avoid activist burnout. → Read More

Rep. Mauree Turner's Historic Win Is a Victory For The Whole Community

Find out what Rep. Mauree Turner told Teen Vogue about their historic win as the first nonbinary person elected to state office. → Read More

COVID-19 and the 2020 Election: The Virus Threat Is Worse Than Ever

Don't forget about the threat of the virus in the wake of the election. → Read More

The Calm App Sponsoring CNN Alerts Was the Laugh We Needed During the 2020 Election

Find out what people on social media said about the Calm app sponsoring CNN's Key Race Alerts during the 2020 election. → Read More

Delaware’s Sarah McBride Makes History as First Trans Senator

Find out which candidates are making history in 2020, from Sarah McBride in Delaware to Vermont's Taylor Small. → Read More

Simone Biles Shut Down Homophobia Around Her Uber Eats Ads With Jonathan Van Ness

Find out how Simone Biles defended Jonathan Van Ness and the LGBTQ community after a group issued a hateful statement. → Read More

Lauren Jauregui Said Camila Cabello Dating Rumors Were Traumatizing

Find out why Lauren Jauregui Said Camila Cabello Dating rumors were traumatizing and "f*cked" with her head. → Read More

How to Cope With Election Anxiety

Find out how to cope with election anxiety, and what experts say about the mental health impact of election stress. → Read More

Emily Ratajkowski Is Pregnant, and Won't Be Doing a “Gender Reveal”

Emily Ratajkowski announced that she is pregnant, and penned an essay on gender and babies for Vogue. → Read More

Crystal Good Tells Abortion Story During Amy Coney Barrett Confirmation Hearings.

She spoke during judge Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation hearings about the opportunities abortion provides. → Read More

A Negative COVID-19 Test Doesn't Always Mean You Don't Have the Virus

Negative COVID-19 tests might give us a “false sense of security.” → Read More

Pantone Debuts Period Blood Color to Decrease Menstrual Stigma

Find out how Pantone and Intimina teamed up to decrease menstrual stigma with their new period red color. → Read More

The Presidential Debate Gave People an "Emotional Hangover"

People are emotionally drained after last night's debacle. → Read More

Congress Passes Savanna's Act to Address Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Crisis

Find out how Savanna's Act, a bill just passed by Congress, aims to address the crisis of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. → Read More

How Vaginal Discharge Can Discolor Your Underwear

A viral TikTok video has people wondering how vaginal discharge can discolor your underwear. Here are some answers. → Read More