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Natalie Reilly "Hey, can we have a quick chat?"
Natalie Reilly If this is an irrelevant question for men, then why the obsession with 'funny beautiful women'?
Natalie Reilly From reality star to spokeswoman on the objectification of women in the media. Is it time to rethink KKW?
Natalie Reilly *Or tried to, anyway.
Natalie Reilly We've all seen that person; they sigh a lot; they walk briskly, often with a frown.
Natalie Reilly It's time to throw out the silly, hetero-normative studies and get down to the facts.
Natalie Reilly Natalie Reilly describes three main types of conversations mothers have. And, surprise, they're not all about kids.
Mad Men farewell
Natalie Reilly In this age of re-heated sit-coms and reality stars, Mad Men gave us something we never knew we needed.
Natalie Reilly "Have you ever felt so overcome by your own neediness you did something weird? When I was pregnant, I did this weird, small thing."
Natalie Reilly Leonardo DiCaprio has one. So does Jon Hamm. And it's the hottest male physique right now.
Natalie Reilly Men are seldom accused of "over-thinking". If they do obsess, it's a quirky tic.
Natalie Reilly Much has been made of the misogyny in hip-hop. But what of the supposed "nice guys" of music?
Natalie Reilly It seems to me that all a girl has to do is call shit out and look plain doing it to be considered hateful.
Natalie Reilly " It feels to me that, in our quest for intimacy, we took a sharp turn into self-pity."
Natalie Reilly "That number you weigh, that size you wear, while useful, gives you no indication of how successful you are at life," writes Natalie Reilly.
Natalie Reilly "It’s women who get their knickers in a knot; who are “crazy”, who lose their credibility when they cry, or rage or lust."
Natalie Reilly Unfortunately, when you're a theatrically-inclined person, it can take a moment for people to catch on.
Natalie Reilly "Here it is, pure wish-fulfilment. The letter I would've loved my pregnant self to read," writes Natalie Reilly.
Natalie Reilly It’s called ‘sexual over-perception’, according to a new study.
Natalie Reilly They're the menial office tasks - pouring water, setting up the Power Point, organising farewell presents - and in news that's a surprise to nobody, women are doing more of it than men.