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Lily Herman

Teen Vogue

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Past articles by Lily:

Sexism Is Still a Major Factor in the 2020 Presidential Campaign

A recent Cut/YouGov poll found that voters see all of the female candidates as “dislikable.” Elizabeth Warren has been described as “shrill.” → Read More

Why Voter Enthusiasm Is More Important Than Electability in the 2020 Election

Candidates Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders are seeing more voter enthusiasm than current front-runner Joe Biden, who faces an enthusiasm gap. → Read More

Male Democrats Are More Focused on Getting Elected Than Actually Putting in the Work

In this op-ed, Lily Herman discusses how white male candidates like Beto O’Rourke and Ossoff lost their 2018 campaigns and are now running for even higher office. Female candidates like Stacey Abrams, meanwhile, are doing grassroots organizing. → Read More

8 Dads At Camp Romper Talk About Their Child's Best Friend

When it comes to their friends, kids often live in their own worlds. You don't always know if "Julianna," their new "best friend" from daycare is real, but you do know when someone is truly important to their ascendent social life — rather than play… → Read More

Marianne Williamson: What We Can Learn From Her Presidential Campaign

The self-help guru and 2020 candidate preys on the notion that self-care is the same thing as political engagement. → Read More

Megan Rapinoe Has Defied — and Redefined — What It Means to Be Patriotic

Despite facing criticism that her actions during the World Cup have been un-American, U.S. soccer star Megan Rapinoe is very patriotic. → Read More

Actually, Abortion Litmus Tests Are A Good Thing

What if abortion litmus tests are actually a really great thing? → Read More

10 Affordable Gift Ideas for Mother's Day That Will Make You Her Favorite Child

Shop Teen Vogue's affordable Mother's Day gift guide where you'll find everything from beauty gifts to plant gifts. → Read More

The Simple, Free Trick That Could Help You Save $10,000

It's three words, costs zero dollars, doesn't require an app download, and could change your life. → Read More

Beto O'Rourke Is Running for President, and Progressive Women Have Mixed Feelings

In his race for the Senate, Beto O'Rourke looked like the future. As a candidate in the most diverse presidential race ever, he feels like the past. → Read More

Three Big Lies From Donald Trump's Border Security Address, Explained

As the second-longest government shutdown in U.S. history drags on, the President continued to bluster for his wall. → Read More

9 Key Races to Watch on Election Day

As the 2018 midterm elections approach, history could be in the making for key races across the country. → Read More

Here's How To Get Out the Vote the Last Weekend Before Midterms

By Lily Herman Millions of people across the country have been hard at work for the past several years hoping to change the political tide in this country. And now, hours of conversations, activism, and organizing all come down to the critical last few days on the campaign trail convincing voters to head to the polls. Not sure if there’s much you can do this late in the game to get out the vote?… → Read More

Taylor Swift's Political Instagram Post Is a Sign of the Post–Brett Kavanaugh Times

Swift's endorsement of Tennessee Democrats is the latest evidence that everything we know about politics may have changed. → Read More

PewDiePie Tweeted an Offensive Meme About Demi Lovato and Substance Use

PewDiePie, a well-known YouTuber, faced immediate backlash for posting an offensive meme about singer Demi Lovato and substance abuse. → Read More

Dua Lipa Says United Refused to Accommodate Her Sister's Peanut Allergy

Dua Lipa and her sister were told by a United Airlines steward that they couldn't guarantee no allergic reaction and recommended an EpiPen. → Read More

Serena Williams on "Random" Drug Testing: "Discrimination? I Think So"

Serena Williams tweeted her frustrations on July 24, saying that she's drug-tested by tennis associations more than other athletes. → Read More

The New U.S. Olympic Committee CEO Refused to Talk to Aly Raisman

Aly Raisman tried to say hello and introduce herself to Sarah Hirshland during a Senate subcommittee hearing on scandals in amateur sports. → Read More

GLAAD Campus Ambassador Program Applications Now Open

The GLAAD Campus Ambassador program helps students learn to advocate for themselves and the LGBTQ community. → Read More

Donald Trump's Supreme Court Nomination Could Be a Disaster for Abortion Access

Anthony Kennedy's retirement and the nomination of Brett Kavanaughcould be a rollback of women's rights. → Read More